The day after the incidents after the return jump-off against Toulouse, Sunday evening at La Beaujoire, Waldemar Kita gave a huge rant. The boss of FC Nantes denounces the inaction of the authorities and the media in the face of a very tense situation.
Totally revolted. Waldemar Kita did not hide his anger when returning to the incidents that erupted at La Beaujoire, Sunday evening, on the sidelines of the return jump-off between Nantes and Toulouse (0-1). After the retention in Ligue 1 won by the Canaries, club employees organized a small party to celebrate the event. But several dozen hooded supporters burst into the stadium to attack them and damage equipment. This punitive expedition could be linked to the initiative of two agents close to Kita (Mogi Bayat and Bakari Sanogo), who unearthed the coffin of “FC Kita”, buried underground last week by some supporters in protest.
“They’re thugs. They came when the staff were happy. It’s not serious, Kita protested on Télénantes. It’s a tragedy what happened last week. We are buried. a guy alive, a whole family, a whole club? The police, you journalists, everyone is there and doing nothing? What are you waiting for? Someone dies? That’s what almost happened yesterday ( Sunday). I left within a quarter of an hour. If I had stayed there… They came for that. “
“As long as there is no death, no one will move”
“The police, the town hall and the prefect, where are they? There is the poor waitress who perhaps almost found herself disabled, denounces the Franco-Polish businessman. What is that? How can it be? you do things like that? It’s a scandal what’s going on. I told the prefect, the town hall and the police: ‘anyway, as long as there is no death , nobody will move. There must be a dead person. I know very well how it goes. Obviously the complaint is made but we know very well that nothing will be done, as usual! “
Particularly upset, Kita (at the head of FC Nantes since 2007) believes to be the victim of a generalized cabal: “Regarding the coffin, did the town hall, the prefect or the police say something? Nothing! “moved. You would have been glad if they buried me? That we went down to the second division? Is that what you all wanted? Don’t talk to me about whether or not I should stay. It’s a problem much more serious than that. I’m telling you, I think we avoided death yesterday “.