Europe 1 with AFP / Photo credit: FRANCK FIFE / AFP 22:37 p.m., September 27, 2023

While last Sunday's meeting between Paris Saint-Germain and OM was marked by homophobic chants sung in the stands, four players from the capital club are summoned by the LFP disciplinary committee. They will be heard at the next meeting of the committee on October 5.

Paris SG and its players Ousmane Dembélé, Achraf Hakimi, Randal Kolo Muani and Layvin Kurzawa are summoned by the disciplinary commission of the LFP, announced the latter Wednesday, after homophobic chants sung during PSG-OM Sunday. The Parisian club and its four players will be heard at the next meeting of the commission, Thursday, October 5.

An insulting celebration

On Monday, the interministerial delegate for the fight against racism, anti-Semitism and anti-LGBT hatred, Olivier Klein, had relayed a video of about thirty seconds in which we can hear PSG supporters singing homophobic songs against the players of the Marseille team, saying they were "very shocked" and calling for "sanctions".

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Four Paris players, French internationals Kolo Muani, Dembélé and Kurzawa as well as Moroccan international Hakimi, were filmed singing an insulting chant towards Marseille during Sunday night's group celebration outside the Auteuil stand, after their 4-0 victory. PSG said the club "condemns all forms of discrimination, including homophobia, and wishes to recall that they have no place either in stadiums or in society".