Shirts against homophobia: Rothen points to attitude "Dishonorable" De Guay and PSG’s inaction

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Jerome Rothen reacted to RMC on Monday after Idrisa Gué refused to play against Montpellier because the rainbow-colored jersey symbolizes the fight against homophobia. He was very critical of the player’s attitude and PSG, which he said failed to earn respect.

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“There is no weight to the management team, nor to the club, nor to the jersey, as is often the case with PSG”. Jerome Rothen reacted on Monday Rothen Kindle Feather RMC In the Idrisa Gaye case. On Saturday, Parisien was absent “for personal reasons” from the match against Montpellier (4-0). One reason for refusing to play with jerseys flocked in the colors of the rainbow as part of an operation by the LFP to fight against homophobia. Since then, PSG has only reacted timidly, only calling for a “personal” decision by the player, even though there should be a discussion with him.

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We all should fight discrimination. How can you go in the direction of a player who denies it? This is malpractice, even worse.

“Do you realize this communication? For a second they do not talk about Guay’s reprehensible attitude. Because it is reprehensible! There have always been campaigns against discrimination. At UEFA, they often fight against racism. Imagine players who would say ‘No, I’m not worried about that’, and who won’t play a Champions League match! This has never been seen before! Whether you agree or not, you agree to represent the jersey. For, you are silent. We must all fight against discrimination. How can you go in the direction of a player who refuses? This is professional misconduct, even worse. Do you realize the message sent? Jerome Rothen got angry.

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“In this club, everyone does what they want”

And to add a layer: “I’m not saying he (Guye) is homophobic, I’m just saying he does whatever he wants. And everybody in this club does whatever he wants.” Is. […] If one day Guy’s friend comes out, will he refuse to give her a pass? He’s going to refuse to take a bath with her? But where are we going? This club is a mop. no one to carry it cojones And tell us it’s not normal. […] You have to force him to play. period”.

This case shows that homosexuality remains a taboo subject in football. “I played with gays who were unfortunately hiding because they were afraid. They shouldn’t be afraid of it anymore. At the time, we treated them like everyone else, we had a normal locker room life. I don’t understand”, Eric Di Meco also commented Rothen Kindle,

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