Layvin Kurzawa presented a long message of apology two days after his expulsion against Olympique Marseille.
And while the Disciplinary Commission of the League should rule on his fate this Wednesday, the former Monegasque apologized on Tuesday in a message posted on Twitter.
“When you’re a pro player, you don’t have the right to show such behavior. Sometimes the thirst to defend our teammates makes us slip, the most important is to be aware of it, to apologize, he wrote thus. I regret the bad image that I sent to people watching the match and especially children who dream of becoming professional footballers. We are a united team, a family and we will always be together. Here is Paris. ”
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