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PSG ultras support Idrissa Gueye


The Collectif ultras Paris (CUP) defends Idrissa Gueye, suspected of homophobia since his refusal to play the Ligue 1 match against Montpel

All that was missing was the voice of the Parisian ultras in what can now be called “the Idrissa Gueye affair”.

Since the Senegalese international did not wish to play the match Montpellier – PSG (0-4) placed, like the whole 37th day of Ligue 1, under the sign of the fight against homophobia, comments of all sensibilities have been surging .

The affair has become almost planetary with in particular an intervention by Macky Sall, the president of Senegal who defended the Parisian.

The main interested party who did not speak, is walled up in silence for the moment.

From now on, here is the opinion of the Collectif Ultras Paris which vehemently defends Idrissa Gueye and calls for measure.

Support for @IGanaGueye

– Collective Ultras Paris (@Co_Ultras_Paris) May 19, 2022

“The Collectif Ultras Paris, writes this group on its Twitter account, gives its unfailing support to Idrissa Gueye, who has been subjected to disproportionate media accusations for a few days!

Each person is still free to support the causes of their choice in the way that suits them.


The CUP then adds “we remind his detractors that Idrissa Gueye has always had exemplary behavior and that he has always vigorously fought all forms of discrimination.

Before him other professional players for similar facts had not suffered the same media and political treatment.

We will always fight against all forms of discrimination, whatever they may be, but we will never condone that a man is thus thrown into the woods and judged by the Media Court without having been heard.


The FFF's National Ethics Council wrote to the Senegalese midfielder this week asking him to clarify his position.

Source: leparis

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