Balance of Ollé-Nicolle on the Hamraoui-Diallo affair

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Fired in May, Didier Ollé-Nicolle was only officially removed from his post as coach of the Paris Saint-Germain women’s team until August. Last year he had a very eventful season, with a complaint for sexual assault against him, in addition to the Hamraoui-Diallo file to manage. In a daily interview the teamexpresses his point of view on this matter: “I had great suspicions. After eight months I told the girls that there was justice, an investigation and that we had to wait. They had thrown me in the food. I wanted to cry”. injustice, madness But we are not audible right now. The idea was to wait for the investigation to progress, ”she says, first of all, before explaining that it was instrumentalized.

“I felt embarrassed”

“I was used, instrumentalized, even. Collateral victim of the Hamraoui affair. In relation to my choices, my operation… At that time, I was in contact with five internationals, including two French, to sign at PSG this season. But there was in the atmosphere this adversity against Hamraoui. I felt that it was shameful for the continuation of certain personal projects. There were players at the end of the contract, in negotiations and I had my ideas about it”. Additionally, he details how he decided to pursue this case, and the reinstatement of the two players.

“Even the shock endured”

“I made the decision, at that time, to train Hamraoui and (Aminata) Diallo alone for one week. Then together the second week. Seven terrible days because the two girls didn’t speak to each other. I felt like they hated each other.” One more than another… And on the third week I decided to reincorporate them into the group, hoping that the winter break would allow everyone to start from scratch”. and having always played with Hamraoui, who deserved his place on the pitch. In my mind it was very clear: with Kheira, Grace Geyoro and Sara Däbritz we had the best midfielder in France.” A way to see a little more clearly this issue that continues to go around.

To sum up

Didier Ollé-Nicolle, former Paris Saint-Germain manager, returned to his difficult year in the capital and his handling of the Hamraoui-Diallo affair, as well as the sexual assault accusation against him.

Antoine Chirate

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