Foot – L1 – Angers


Left for Bari in 2016, after having studied at PSG, Angers player Souleyman Doumbia says he discovered racism in Italy. Before returning to PSG, his training club, at the opening of the 10th day of Ligue 1 on Friday evening (9 p.m.), Souleyman Doumbia spoke in an interview with Parisian the racism he suffered during his brief visit to Italy in 2016-2017, between Bari and Vicenza.  » I did not expect this, says the Ivorian international defender of Angers (25). I came from Paris, I did not know racism, except on television. […] I felt it in the supporters, but also in life. I remember, in Vicenza, I was at a restaurant with a friend and I was taken for someone who came to eat without paying. I had to justify myself by saying that I was a football player and that I could pay for my meal. In the long run, it was ch … «  Quickly left, first in Switzerland (Grasshopper Zurich) between 2017 and 2019 then in France (Rennes and Angers), Doumbia would not return to Italy if he could go back. But this experience, he says, has  » forge « .

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