Following a dispute between the father of reserve player Noah François and the director of the training center Denis Arnaud, Stade Renais published a press release announcing the filing of a complaint given the gravity of the facts.
Stade Renais has decided to file a complaint “in view of the gravity of the facts” following the attack on Saturday by Denis Arnaud, the director of its training centre. The latter was attacked by the father of a young player from the reserve team of the Breton club. The attacker is the father of a young player with a professional contract, Noah François, but whose team regularly regrets not belonging to the professional group unlike many youth rouge et noir. Stade Renais has also decided to cancel all training sessions at its Académie Rouge et Noir until Thursday 28 April.
Player’s agents condemn the attack
“In the current context where professional and amateur football is the victim of an outbreak of unbearable violence on the pitch, Stade Renais FC would like to remind you that its business is to train young talent, support them for personal development, and provide you with the best opportunities for professional and professional football. Under no circumstances should teachers, managers, players, referees, managers and volunteers suffer the irresponsible behavior of the “minority”, explain the club in a press release. Football should be a celebration and a moment of communion. Such actions are not in keeping with the values of the game. They jeopardize the proper functioning of clubs and the progress of young players.”
In a video obtained by The Indian Paper, we see a scuffle broke out between the two men. The player’s father is seen most vocal in the pictures. The latter returns to the charge after the intervention of a third man who tries to separate the two men. The scene was fast, about thirty seconds, but quite violent. The player’s agents quickly supported the teacher, explaining that they condemned the attack.