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Neymar to Alvaro Gonzalez: “You know what you said, I know what you said” 

The Brazilian striker returns from the incident which opposed him to the international defender of OM on Sunday, during the Classic.

Neymar Jr persists and signs. After accusing Alvaro Gonzalez of having made racist remarks against him, Sunday, during PSG-OM (0-1), the Brazilian published a long message on social networks this Monday, “with a rested head”. And he reiterates his accusations. “You know what you said. I know what you said, ”he promises, while Alvaro denies it. “Ney” recognizes however that he lacked “wisdom” in answering him.

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“He was an idiot. And I also acted like an idiot for letting him train me in there, he hammers, in the form of a mea-culpa. But I still have the privilege of holding my head up today. ” And to add: “I accept my sanction because I should have stayed in the path of clean football. On the other hand, I hope my attacker will be punished as well. ” This is also what Paris Saint-Germain is asking for, while OM are defending their player. The two clubs published a press release on Monday on their official website, taking up the cause for “Ney” and Alvaro.

“I partly understand this guy, but racism and intolerance are unacceptable”

Neymar Jr

In the meantime, Neymar took the opportunity to pass several messages against a background of anti-racism. “In our sport, assaults, insults, swearing are part of the game. You can’t make feelings. I partly understand this guy. It’s all part of the game. But racism and intolerance are unacceptable. I am black, son of black, grandson and great-grandson of black as well. I am proud of it and I do not see myself as different from anyone. Yesterday (Sunday), I wanted those who are in charge of the game (referees and assistants) to take an impartial position and understand that there is no longer room for such a prejudicial attitude ”, explains- he. He comes back to it twice in this message. “We, along with my teammates, asked for help at that point. We were not listened to… This is the whole problem, ”he says.

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And now ? It will be up to the Disciplinary Commission to decide. At least if the authorities take up the case … “We will meet again and it will be on my terms, playing football,” says Neymar. It will be on February 7th, at the Vélodrome this time. And that promises …

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