Jersey against homophobia: PSG to discuss with Guye after his boycott

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Two days after PSG Senegal midfielder Idrisa Guay refused to play against Montpellier in Ligue 1 so as not to wear a rainbow-hued jersey symbolizing the fight against homophobia, the Capitals club insisted that the player’s decision was ‘personal. ‘ Was. And go talk to him.

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Will Idrissa Guay be approved? Called to order? There is nothing to confirm at the moment, but PSG is coming out of silence. Two days after the Senegalese midfielder refused to play against Montpellier in Ligue 1 not wearing a jersey with a rainbow fringe symbolizing the fight against homophobia, the Capitals club announced to The Indian Paper on Monday that the player’s decision is “A personal decision”.

And to add: “Idrisa Guay was not in the team for personal and personal reasons. Paris Saint-Germain has always been keen to fight discrimination of all kinds and did it again on Saturday.” As the dispute escalates, and as political reactions – such as Valerie Pecrese – and the union follow each other, PSG will also discuss this burning topic with the Senegalese international.

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Political and collaborative responses follow each other

Rainbow flocking is an initiative implemented by the Professional Football League since 2019, as World Day Against Homophobia on 17 May. Last year, Idrissa Gué had already missed the reception, claiming gastroenteritis. At the time, the ink was already flowing before the Dakar native’s unexpected return, but his crew denied any voluntary absence on his part. When contacted on Sunday, the player’s family did not wish to comment this time.

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The Minister of Sport, Roxana Maracinenu, reacted to The Indian Paper’s microphone: “Idrisa Guay has neither communicated nor denied. It would be completely regrettable. This fight we are fighting with respect to sports federations and leagues. This is something that will tarnish the beautiful image that football wants to give.” The former swimmer, not convinced a sanction is the solution, said she did not want to “change employers”. PSG, therefore, who find themselves on the front line.

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