Severe punishment in France for a player for covering the rainbow logo against homophobia


Mohamed Camara, The Malian midfielder from Monaco, was suspended for four games for hiding the anti-homophobia logo plastered on his shirt on the last day of Ligue 1.

“After listening to the player Mohamed Camara and noting his refusal during the session to carry out one or more actions that raise awareness in the fight against homophobia”, the Disciplinary Commission of the French Professional League “decided to impose four games. severe suspension to him” , the organization announced today.

Last May 19 Camera He put several pieces of black tape to cover the two logos on his shirt and walked a few dozen meters away to avoid being included in the family photo with his team and Nantes players and a sign about the match against Nantes before homophobia carried out by the LFP.

The French Minister of Sports, Amélie Oudea-Castéracalled for “strong punishment” against Camera. “I think this is unacceptable behaviour, I have told the LFP what I think”

Source: La Verdad


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