According to RMC Sport, Zakaria Aboukhlal had a verbal altercation with the deputy mayor of Toulouse on April 30. The TFC dismissed the Moroccan international from collective training on Monday evening.
Obviously, the Toulouse FC needs revelations from RMC Sport to sanction Zakaria Aboukhlal… The Moroccan international distinguished himself during the weekend by refusing to play the meeting of the Violets against Nantes on Sunday, so as not to wear the jersey with rainbow flocking as part of the weekend of mobilization against homophobia.
On Monday evening, RMC revealed that the 23-year-old winger had a rather improbable altercation with Laurence Arribagé, deputy mayor in charge of Sports at the town hall of Toulouse, during the festivities at the Capitole the day after the victory in the Coupe de France. against Nantes (5-1), on April 29.
Aboukhlal apologizes to the deputy
Laurence Arribagé asked the players to be silent during a speech and Aboukhlal then launched: ” in my house, women don’t talk like that to men “. The assistant then replied that he was in “ a place of the Republic “. After the speech, during a drink organized by the town hall, the former PSV and Alkmaar player went to ask, ” vehemently “, excuses.
« Faced with the serious allegations published by RMC Sport against Toulouse Football Club player Zakaria Aboukhlal, the Club announces that its player will train away from the professional group until further notice, pending the results of a internal investigation “, very quickly announced the Tef Monday evening. Ranked 13th, Toulouse has nothing to play for in the last 3 days.