Football: “It seems surreal…” A former Ligue 1 player suspected of making his twin brother play in his place

Football: “It seems surreal…” A former Ligue 1 player suspected of making his twin brother play in his place
Football: “It seems surreal…” A former Ligue 1 player suspected of making his twin brother play in his place

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An investigation is underway to try to shed light on the matter. DNA tests are expected to take place soon.

But is it Edgar Ié or not? The story seems absurd but it is nevertheless based on serious arguments. As revealed Marcathe Romanian federation is reportedly investigating whether the central defender who has played for FC Barcelona, ​​LOSC and Nantes, among others, is indeed the one who shows up for Dinamo Bucharest training and who would have even taken part in 5 championship matches.

The iAMSport newspaper even adds that the one who has not been used in the last seven matches would now often train on the sidelines as his level is low. A rather paradoxical situation to manage for the club which is fighting to stay in the first division since the “so-called 30-year-old player” has the best salary in the squad.

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Doubts continued to grow when the club realized the difficulties the player had communicating as he moved to nine clubs and six different countries… To make matters worse, the suspected man was said to have refused to show his driving license to his leaders, assures Romanian journalist Emanuel Rosu. DNA tests are expected to take place soon.

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“It seems surreal. […] I started making calls, talking to friends and the news is true, I can’t believe it. I heard he has a twin brother who also plays football,” said Florin Prunea, former president of Dinamo Bucharest.

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Indeed, Edgar I has a twin brother, named Edelino. The latter has a background as a footballer since he went through the Sporting Portugal training center but never really managed to break through since throughout his career he spent time with small Portuguese clubs in the 3rd and 4th division, notably . Since January, he has been without a club…

Edgar Ié prefers to laugh about it…
Screenshot @edgar_ié

While all suspicion seems to fall towards Edelino, Edgar published a photo in his Instagram story to make fun of this information.

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