Nearly doomed to a descent into Ligue 2, Bordeaux is once again having an extra-sporting affair with the transfer to a nightclub of Enock Kwateng and M’Baye Niang after the draw against Lorient (0-0) last Saturday. Speaking to the press on Thursday, Girondins coach David Guion made no secret of his annoyance.
David Guion didn’t mince his words.
Last Saturday, Bordeaux’s relegation to Ligue 2 was nearly confirmed with a home draw against Lorient (0-0) on matchday 37 of Ligue 1. Right-back Enock Kwateng and striker M’ Baye Niang sparked Girondins’ outrage in the crowd supporters as they were seen in a nightclub.
Bordeaux coach David Guion attended a press conference on Thursday and was of course invited to talk about this new affair.
Guion wants to return values
The French technician, who was appointed last February, has shown his intention to restore order to the group, especially ahead of the fiscal year 2022-2023. I’m not going to go into all the issues that have been there all season. But we come back to this professionalism, these values, this framework of requirements, which must be implemented from the start of the season and immediately. We cannot tolerate such unprofessional behavior. Especially if you belong to the Girondins de Bordeaux, a club and an institution with valuesa tease of the former coach of Reims.
This is something we have to be uncompromising on from the start of the season. The frame must be set and it is impossible for boys to escape from this frame. Sanctions? On the last story, the club met the players involved. The club has solved the problem. My feeling ? It’s anger because there’s so much work on the side, and when you see all that work, and everything you say, is marred by unprofessional behavior and attitude, you’ll be sorry.he admitted.
Kwateng back, Niang still on the sidelines
After meeting with his leaders, Kwateng was allowed to resume training with his partners. At the disposal of Guion, the ex-Nantais applies for a place in the group for the last game of the season in L1 Brest on Saturday. On the other hand, Niang for his part remains on the sidelines and disciplinary proceedings are pending against him.
The Senegalese, who has already been removed from the workforce after participating in Football 5 on a rest day and then with technical director Admar Lopes last week, has clearly not helped his case with this new story. The Meulan native, who is currently under contract until June 2023, should not worry about the extension Bordeaux wants in L2 next season.
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