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Entertainment Marquinhos' brother slams the “racist” Alvaro and the LFP

10:45  01 october  2020
10:45  01 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

No sanction for Alvaro Gonzalez and Neymar

 No sanction for Alvaro Gonzalez and Neymar The disciplinary committee decided on Wednesday not to impose any sanctions on Neymar and Alvaro Gonzalez, who were suspected of having made racist comments during the Classic. © Supplied by Football 365 incident between Neymar Jr (PSG) and Alvaro Gonzalez (OM) Alvaro Gonzalez and Neymar can blow! While facing ten matches of suspension each, the two players were "acquitted" by the League's disciplinary committee.

Neither Neymar nor Alvaro Gonzalez will face disciplinary action for alleged racist comments used by the two players during the match between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille on September 13. In a statement, the Disciplinary Commission of the League of Professional Football ( LFP ) in France stated

My older brother beats me & slams his fists at Police Reality TV Shows all night & wants to be a really corrupt officer of the law. He has had the police

Son coup sur la tête d'Alvaro © Supplied by Sports.fr His blow to Alvaro's head The decision of the Disciplinary Commission of the League not to sanction Alvaro Gonzalez, nor Neymar, was obviously not to the taste of Marquinhos' brother. The Disciplinary Commission of the League played the card of caution on Wednesday. Despite the videos and the analysis of lip-reading experts, the members of the LFP have in fact chosen not to sanction Alvaro Gonzalez - no more than Neymar - for his probable racist remarks made during the recent PSG shock - OM . Blame it on the denials of the first two concerned and the lack of certainty from the experts.

Quillot, a departure from the LFP at 1.59 million euros .
© Supplied by Sports.fr Nathalie Boy de la Tour and Didier Quillot Released from his post of executive director general of the LFP and replaced by Arnaud Rouger , Didier Quillot did not leave the League empty-handed. The board of directors of the LFP confirmed this end of collaboration on Thursday evening, validating the rest of the severance payments of the former boss of Lagardère News. About 1.59 million euros according to L’Equipe.

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