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Pending a possible sanction from the LFP, Layvin Kurzawa has decided to take the lead and publicly apologize for his behavior during the general altercation that erupted in the last minutes of the match between PSG and the ‘OM. Expelled by the referee following the scuffle and for having violently clashed with Jordan Amavi, the Parisian defender risks big. Indeed, the disciplinary committee could suspend him for 6 to 7 meetings. It is therefore on his Twitter account that the side has apologized this evening.
Layvin Kurzawa s’excuse sur Twitter :
2 / I regret the bad image 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 🔴🔵
– layvin kurzawa (@layvinkurzawa) September 15, 2020