Ligue 1: Four PSG players suspended


Four Paris Saint-Germain players have been suspended for partaking in anti-gay chants.

They are Ousmane Dembele, Achraf Hakimi, Layvin Kurzawa and Randal Kolo Muani

The quartet joined PSG’s ultras in an homophobic chant following their 4-0 win over Marseille at Parc des Princes.

The four players allegedly shouted: “Marseillais, go f*ck your mothers” in video clips that have gone viral on social.

Dembele, Hakimi, Kurzawa and Muani have since all apologized for their actions.


PSG have also been ordered to close the famous Auteuil stand for at least one match as a result of homophobic chants directed towards Marseille fans.

The club, after pledging to “meet its partners on this vital issue” in late September, criticized the France FA’s decision.

“Paris Saint-Germain deplores that the disciplinary committee has decided to apply an extraordinary sanction against the club by pronouncing the closure of the Auteuil stand for two matches, one of which will be suspended.”

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