Sport Franck Ribéry burglarized: he pushes a heavy rant on Instagram
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Franck Ribéry is struck. Returning home after his victory over Parma, the soccer player discovered that his home had been robbed during his absence. A shock for the ball star who expressed his pain and especially his anger on Instagram.
Franck Ribéry is in shock . This Sunday, July 5, when he faced the Parma team, the attacker of Fiorentina had the joy of winning with his team. But when he got home,, fell from a great height. He found his house ransacked by burglars . On the story of his Instagram account, revealed the extent of the damage to his internet users. On the videos, clothes and shoes are spread out on the floor. Crazy with rage , the star of the round ball pushed a big mouth on the social network . "When I returned from this victory against Parma, I returned home. This 'home' to Italy, the country in which I decided to pursue my career after so many beautiful years in Munich. This is what I discovered" , he said, before revealing what the thieves had stolen.
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Franck Ribéry in shock
"So yes, my wife lost a few bags, some jewelry but al Hamdoulillah, it's not essential", he said. Explain., Franck Ribéry especially expressed his unhappiness to his fans. "What shocks me is this impression of being naked, having the pants down and that does not pass. I do not accept it!", He said. The footballer is especially now very concerned for the safety of his relatives, who were fortunately not present on the scene during the burglary . "Thank God my wife and children were safe in Munich," he said. "But how can I trust today? How do I / we feel good here today after that? I don't run after millions, thank God, we lack nothing. However, I always run after the ball because it is passionate. But passion or not, my family comes first and we will make the decisions necessary for our well-being " .
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FOOTBALL-SERIE-A: Lazio returns to 4 points from Juve © Reuters / Alberto Lingria Lazio returns to 4 points from Juve by Léo De Garrigues (iDalgo) The day after Juventus Turin's victory against Lecce (4-0), Lazio Rome won against Fiorentina (2-1) and returned 4 points behind the leader from Turin. But the Romans had all the trouble in the world to get rid of the 13th in Serie A. In the 25th minute, Franck Ribéry opened the scoring for the Viola after a superb solo rush.
It remains to know what decisions Franck Ribéry will take for the good of his family . Will he leave Italy? For the moment, the father of four children is recovering from this burglary . He can also count on all the support of his supporters but also of his teammates to raise his head after this shock . The footballer also hopes to find those responsible.Instagram
The development of Ribéry .
© Provided by Sports.fr Franck Ribéry nonetheless spent a difficult Sunday. Very marked by the burglary of which he was the victim last weekend, Franck Ribéry does not intend any less to continue with Fiorentina. The future of Franck Ribéry is in Florence. This is the message sent by the French international when his reaction to the burglary which he suffered last Sunday posed the question of his future in Florence.