Fight against homophobia. Nabil Bentaleb also boycotted the action during the Ligue 1 day

Fight against homophobia. Nabil Bentaleb also boycotted the action during the Ligue 1 day
Fight against homophobia. Nabil Bentaleb also boycotted the action during the Ligue 1 day

The action taken by the LFP (Professional Football League) during the last day of Ligue 1 against homophobia did not resonate with all the players. After the voluntary absence of Mostafa Mohamed and the adhesive tape on Mohamed Camara’s jersey, it was Nabil Bentaleb who slipped away. When posing behind a sign inviting people to fight against homophobia, the former Angevin got down on his knees to tie his shoelaces.

He kept the affair going in the background and therefore does not appear in the group photo. In response, the Rouge Direct collective, working against homophobia in sport, called out the northern club: “What do you think of your player’s attitude? »

No sanction planned

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“How many other homophobic microbehaviors… The results of this LFP operation are catastrophic and will also have succeeded in provoking a renewed hatred against LGBT people on social networks and in Malicontinued the collective in a press release. No sanctions, or even any communication from the LFP: why would homophobes bother? It’s like this all year round. » For the moment, the LFP has, in fact, not planned any sanctions for those who resist, despite the requests of the Rouge Direct collective and the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra.

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