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France: The Christophe Galtier scandal against the Muslims and Algerians of Nice

A document, since attested as an email sent by Julien Fournier (former director of football at OGC Nice) to its captains, seriously accuses Christophe Galtier. He was going to take an offensive stance with regard to Muslims, particularly Algerians, from the OGNC.

France is certainly not left out. The recent disputes related to the month of Ramadan had already led to the emergence of ugly scenes (banning breaks for breakfast, isolating players) and it is clear that what was revealed today will not mitigate this assessment.

Roman Molina, an often well-informed journalist, published a video quoting the words of Julien Fournier. The latter, infuriated, wrote a letter to Dave Brailsford (director of INEOS, owner of the club) which, if the possible investigation to come confirms the facts, could put an end to the career of coach Christophe Galtier.

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The accusations are serious: the coach was said to have been enraged at the sheer presence of “Blacks and players who go to the mosque on FridayPointing out that this is not like the city. Even worse, not only did Gaultier try to force players not to fast during Ramadan (Hisham Al-Badawi having refused and Jean-Clair Todibo was very upset by this request), he would also exercise his outright racism regarding Bilal Ibrahimi.

The latter, guilty of being a Muslim, also annoys the coach because of his fast. Consequently, he would have been expelled from the April 2, 2022 match against Rennes for practicing Islam. Words that also confirm the coach’s desire to remove as many Muslims as possible from his team, quoted by Jean-Clair Todibo, Joseph AttalAnd Hisham Al-BadawiMario Lemina W Amin Jweri.

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The case of Amine Qweiri was also discussed on RMC’s After Foot radio programme. Confirming the authenticity of the email, Daniel Riolo also claimed that the French-Algerian player had left the club expressly due to the presence of Christophe Galtier at the helm. Official reactions are now expected from OGC Nice, Paris Saint-Germain and the various parties involved.