A player of Senegalese origin refused to participate in a campaign against homophobia and will not directly play with his team.
The Senegalese defender guingamp, Donatien Gomisdeclared himself absent for the Ligue 2 game against him Sochaux this Saturday to not participate in a campaign against homophobiareported the club itself.
On the occasion of the annual campaign “Homos or heteros, we all wear the same shirt”all Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 players will wear a shirt in the colors of the rainbow this weekend, which the captains will also wear on their armbands.
These shirts will be auctioned later to obtain benefits for the pro-rights associations LGTBI Foot Ensemble, PanamBoyz&Girlz United and SOS Homophobie.
gomishabitual holder with the guingamp in the axis of defense, refused to wear that shirt, and the club declared having “taken note” of the matter. Last year, another Senegalese, the international Idrissa Gana Gueyewho was then playing in the psg and this season he does it in the Evertonwas already low during this day, with the suspicion that it was for the same reason.
The footballer, who had to give explanations to the National Ethics Council (CNE) of the French Football Federation, a body that does not have the capacity to sanction, received a wave of support from his country.
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