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“I spoke to Mané”, Kamara denounces an injustice

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The altercation between Leroy Sané and Sadio Mané would have broken out because of a racist insult addressed by the German to the Senegalese. Words confirmed by a former Lions player.

We learn more and more about the incident between Leroy Sané and Sadio Mané. After Bayern’s defeat in the Champions League quarter-final first leg against Manchester City (0-3) on Tuesday, the two players would have warmed up. So much so that the Senegalese would then have punched the former Schalke 04 player. Sadio Mané’s reaction would be due to a racist insult uttered by Leroy Sané during the meeting,black shit”. On the set of Canal+ AfricaDiomansy Kamara, ex-Senegalese international, confirmed this version of the facts on Thursday.

Mané insulted and excluded from the group

In The Big Mouths, Kamara said he had a discussion with Mané about the altercation. “I spoke with Sadio, it was an episode that obviously affected him (…). What Leroy Sané said is serious and should not be said on the pitch. Sadio Mané will have his communication, we will not speak before him. For the moment, it is he who is incriminated, but I would have suspended both because what Leroy Sané said on a football pitch is just unbearable and these are things we don’t want to hear, the 42-year-old lamented. For me, Bayern were not fair in this story. Now, no need to add fuel to the fire. Leroy apologized, Sadio forgave and also apologized. For now, it’s over. ”.

Only Mané was therefore sanctioned by Bayern Munich. The 31-year-old striker will not be in the squad for Saturday’s home game against Hoffenheim. “The reason is Mane’s incorrect behavior after FC Bayern’s Champions League game at Manchester City. In addition, Mané will receive a fine“, said the German club in a press release. Leroy Sané would have asked the Bavarian management not to punish his teammate heavily.

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