Idrissa Gueye’s absence from PSG’s anti-homophobia game day appears to have enraged the whole LGBTQ community.
Idrissa Gueye declined to play in Saturday’s encounter between Paris Saint-Germain and Montpellier, which ended in a 4-0 victory for PSG.
Despite the fact that the Senegalese midfielder traveled to Montpellier with his teammates.
PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino stated in a statement sighted by MandyNews.com that Idrissa’s absence on the pitch is due to personal reasons.
However, reports in France indicate that Idrissa Gueye missed the Paris Saint – Germain game because he refused to wear the LGBTQ+ community’s rainbow flag on his jersey.
As a result, a number of LGBTQ supporters have taken to social media to urge that Idrissa Gueye be sanctioned.
Several comments seen by MandyNews.com on Twitter are for those who are against Idrissa, those who are in support of him, and those who do not understand why he refused to play the game.
That’s why I’m writing this article to explain why Idrissa Gueye refused to play in the PSG anti-homophobia game.
Here are three reasons why we think Idrissa Gueye declined to play.
1. According to information gathered by MandyNews.com Football clubs in France were urged to use the rainbow flag as a symbol of the LGBTQ movement to brand their players’ shirts with colored numbers.
2. Idrissa Gueye didn’t play because he didn’t want to wear a rainbow-colored number on the back of his shirt, according to a person close to the player.
3. One of the personal reasons Idrissa Gueye refused to wear the rainbow-colored number is because of his religion, which is Muslim.