Olympique de Marseille did not like the comments made on RMC about Alvaro Gonzalez.
Decidedly, at the moment, it is the war of words toOlympic Marseille. After the controversy over the remarks with racist connotations made by a member of the staff against the Trojan Suk Hyun-Jun, this time it is the turn of the Marseille club to complain about the treatment given to one of its players, as it happens Alvaro Gonzalez.
The Spanish defender has been called “Bitch” and of “Bitch” on RMC the day after the meeting between Nantes and OM, where the former Villarreal player was notably noted by a nasty gesture on Randal Kolo Muani.
” The remarks made by Gilbert Brisbois and Jérôme Rothen with regard to Alvaro Gonzalez in the program Rothen s’flamme du 2/12 are inadmissible. The media have a duty to set an example with respect for people, railed Jacques Cardoze, the communications director of the Phocéens, via Twitter. OM asks RMC to issue a public apology to Alvaro Gonzalez and that sanctions be taken against the authors of these comments. The club reserves the right to take the matter to court. “
– Jacques Cardoze (@JacquesCardoze) December 4, 2021
Obviously, on the RMC side, we fully assume. ” Dear Jacques Cardoze, have you listened to the debate? The history of football is made of players who play by the rules and we like that! Eric Di Meco conceptualized the idea ”replied Gilbert Brisbois.
Same story with Daniel Riolo, who alone illustrates the freedom of tone claimed by RMC. “We have been using this expression for many years and for players who are far more prestigious. It was even a compliment for Alvaro! “, says Riolo.
Dear @JacquesCardoze, have you listened to the debate? The history of football is made of players who play by the rules and we like that! Eric Di Meco conceptualized the idea.
– Gilbert Brisbois (@gilbertbrisbois) December 4, 2021
And who cares if you don’t give a damn… we have been using this expression for a long time and for players who are far more prestigious. It was even a compliment for Alvaro!
– Daniel Riolo (@DanielRiolo) December 4, 2021