a teenager banned from a detection course in Monaco for wearing a PSG jersey

THE SPORT SCAN – The educators sent the young footballer home and asked him to come back with a neutral outfit.

It is not good to wear a Paris SG jersey if you are going to hit the ball on the Monaco side, or rather in the facilities of the Principality club. Kamil, a 15-year-old teenager, had signed up for a detection course organized by the ASM’s amateur division, but things didn’t go as he imagined. This young graduate of FC Cimiez, who dreamed of attracting the attention of the trainers to launch a promising football career, went there with a Paris SG shirt on his shoulders. His test was aborted, Nice-Matin reports.

At no point did I think there would be a problem. I would have obviously wondered if he had gone to a stadium to watch a game. Never for an investigation…

Kamil’s father

Because he was wearing a shirt in the colors of another club, he was asked to leave this course after a comment from an educator. Officials allowed him to return to try his luck, but with a different outfit. His father, present in the stands, tells the scene that his son told. “He told me he grabbed her by the shoulder and said to her in a way he found aggressive. †You’re trying to provoke us by bringing your PSG shirt † Here, Nice or PSG, it’s the same for us!” My son was left stupid on the spot. He was clearly very disappointed and left in tearsExplained the father, who nevertheless noticed the wearing of many jerseys from major European clubs by other contenders for detection that day, and without this posed a problem.Really, at no point did I think there would be a problem. I would have obviously wondered if he had gone to a stadium to watch a game. Never for an investigation…he continued.

AS Monaco’s amateur section tried not to dispute the facts, believing it was within its right to shorten the teenager’s experience. †At the age of 15 a child is almost an adult these days who should be responsible. And then, since his father was present, how could he have his child come to AS Monaco for detection wearing a PSG jersey? Would he have gone to Marseille with this jersey?“, justified the president of the AS Monaco association, Michel Aubéry. The Monegasque club clarified that it did not have a jersey available to allow Kamil to continue the test that day.

I explained to the father that it was like coming to Renault with the Peugeot suit

The Vice President of the Mediterranean Football League, Édouard Delamotte

The vice president of the Mediterranean football league, Édouard Delamotte, is warned by Kamil’s father and is divided over the teenager’s misfortune. †Turning off a meeting is painful to live withadmitted Edouard Delamotte who also thinks this outfit was inappropriate. However, it is more than an inconvenience to wear a jersey from PSG, a hostile club in the French Ligue 1 championship, when presenting yourself for admission to AS Monaco. I can understand the mistake of a 15 year old but the father should have had the presence of mind to tell him this is not very polite. Yes, there were kids with Chelsea and Bayern shirts, but it’s not the French Championship. You have to be correct in life, and your children are learning to be too. I explained to the father that it was like coming to Renault with the Peugeot suit‘ said the manager.

If the educators give this image to the children, it is normal that in the stadiums, on the street, people are attacked in the shirt of another team.

Kamil’s father

Words that saddened the young footballer’s father:If the educators give this image to the children, it is normal that in the stadiums, on the street, people are attacked in the shirt of another team. I admit I fell from the clouds‘ he replied, still in the columns of Nice-Matin. The homepage of the AS Monaco Football Club website now states that it is necessary to appear with a “neutral outfitpretend to be discovered.

AS Monaco’s website now states that a “neutral outfit” is required to participate in detection courses. DR

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