Friday, February 19, 2016

Drogba shields Serge Aurier who was suspended over homophobic misuse against mentor Blanc

Previous Ivory Coast chief, Didier Drogba has guarded suspended Serge Aurier asserting the Paris Saint-Germain safeguard had been dealt with unreasonably over his boycott for mishandling mentor Laurent Blanc.


The 23-year-old Ivory Coast International was suspended by his club last Sunday subsequent to being gotten on the online networking video website Periscope verbally mishandling PSG manager Blanc. He likewise trained in on a few fellow team members including striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. His suspension precluded him of his group's 2-1 win over Chelsea in the Champions League on Tuesday.

In a post on Twitter on Wednesday, the Montreal Impact striker grumbled that Aurier's treatment for coordinating homophobic misuse against Blanc added up to twofold measures.

In spite of the fact that Aurier has subsequent to apologized for his rage, Drogba said he trusted the response to the Ivory Coast universal's remarks had been over the top.

"I don't frequently remark on these things however the way my younger sibling @serge-aurier has been dealt with in the course of recent days has truly vexed me so I feel the need to say something," Drogba said.

"Yes he committed an error, yes he said things he ought not have said, but rather we have every single committed error, players (myself included), mentors, directors, arbitrators, club presidents, even the fans!

"Indeed, even the general population saying he ought to be 'put in jail'.... by what method can youthful players gain from their oversights in the event that they are not given the correct backing and guidance?

"Should we not be instructing more youthful players on the most proficient method to carry on, setting them up for a world where online networking can represent the moment of truth your vocation?

"Then again would we say we are basically indicating the finger and banning a few players however not others? Which basically accomplishes nothing... Bon bravery mon frere. #justiceadeuxvitesses'".

World Cup-winning previous France protector Blanc was neutral by an ensuing expression of remorse from Aurier.

"Heaps of individuals in this new era invest their energy apologizing. Instead of do that they ought to think more before they do anything," he said.