Fair Play is not a word in French – Gabon Coach Patrice Neveu to Ghana Black Stars
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We have compiled all that the Gabon Coach said on the complaints of Ghana players as they didn’t follow the fair play rules. Fair Play is not a word in French – Gabon Coach Patrice Neveu to Ghana Black Stars.
Patrice Neveu explained himself and fired back at the Ghanaian Players. It could be French and English languages are of different meaning and seems all different in our own understanding.
According to him, there is no word like “fair play” in French Dictionary.
He also quizzes the Ghanaian Lecturers to lecture him on the grounds of fair play.
Read what Patrice Neveu said at his press conference after the game.
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Gabon coach Patrice Neveu on lack of Fair Play:
“I respect GH. ‘FairPlay’ is an English word; we don’t have it in French. FairPlay means #TeamGhana should’ve stopped trying to waste time and breaking the game. Don’t come and preach me on Fair Play. We saw a chance and we took it.”
“Football is a game with rules. The equalization makes sense in the game. “So there is no scandal screaming this side, Ghana after his goal to spend his time scratching minutes, they have no fair play lesson to give us,” Patrice Neveu, Gabon coach.
“The word Fair Play is an English word. We don’t have this word in French,” he said in the post-match press conference.
“Before lecturing me about Fair Play, you [Ghana] were involved in so many instances that do not show that you were practising it exactly.”
- Morocco – 6 (qualified)
- Gabon – 4
- Ghana – 1
- Comoros – 0