Kévin N’Doram sanctioned with a suspended match suspension for homophobic remarks

The Disciplinary Committee of the LFP has only retained a suspended suspension match against Kévin N’Doram.

Metz player Kévin N’Doram was given a suspended match suspension by the Disciplinary Committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) on Wednesday for making homophobic remarks at half-time in the match against Metz on Friday August 18.

«After hearing the player, the Commission, taking into account the player’s public and immediate apologies as soon as the final whistle was blown live on Prime, sanctions the player with a suspended match suspension and offered the player, who immediately accepted it during the meeting, to raise awareness of the fight against homophobia in football with an expert association“, specifies the Disciplinary Committee of the LFP in its press release.

«We lack character. Excuse me for the term, but we play like fags, said the defensive midfielder at the break at the microphone of Prime Videobroadcaster of the meeting. We’re afraid to play ball, it’s fine to want to defend, we already don’t know how to do it… We’re going to have to try things, that way we can’t play it.»

This outing quickly angered internet users on social networks, then the 27-year-old apologized at the end of the match: “On the stroke of nervousness, I did not want to push anyone. I didn’t mean to offend anyone. I apologize, that was not my goal at all.

The player risked being suspended for up to five matches under article 6 of the disciplinary regulations of the French Football Federation (FFF), which punishes any rude or offensive behavior or even ten matches under article 9, which punishes any discriminatory behavior.

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