Christoph Galtier was sarcastic in a question regarding the environment, Monday evening. The Paris Saint-Germain coach raised the possibility of players moving to him “Yachts”, instead of TGV. The political world, from the government to the mayor of Paris, has expressed his lack of understanding. And the leaders of the Parisian club, too.
When asked about players’ use of private jets, Christophe Galtier answered with a tone of humor and sarcasm, which made Kylian Mbappe laugh. But the artist’s sense of humor did not reach home. This technician sparked a huge outcry on social media, to the point that many members of the government and the mayor of Paris responded to him.
As we reported to you on Monday evening, Sports Minister Amelie Odea Castera quickly lamented the seriousness of the Parisian coach: “Mr. Galtier, we are used to more relevant and responsible answers. Are we talking about it?”I wrote on Twitter. Anne Hidalgo provided a response in the same tone: “No, but it is not acceptable to respond to such things?? Do we wake up guys?? This is Paris!” Green MEP Deli Cream Fierce Message: “Selfish people don’t even pretend to care about global warming or the future of our societies anymore…”
Paris Saint-Germain speaks to SNCF
On the PSG side, the words used by Christophe Galtier were also disturbing. RMC Sports Some internal clarifications. The leaders thought Christoph Galtier wanted to do “Episode On This Additional Math Question” without measuring the scope of his words. Senior club leaders ‘They were very upset’ of irony. Thus the Parisian club specified that all trips were studied according to several criteria: the cost of travel, the time of travel, accessibility, security, possible disturbances to the public order and the environmental aspect. The train has no concession at the moment. PSG is still in discussion with SNCF.
The radio website indicated that Kylian Mbappe’s laugh annoyed the Paris leaders a lot. Especially since the attacker refused marketing with the Blues on ethical grounds a few months ago…
– Anne Hidalgo 5 September 2022