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Liverpool former player quitted his club after a great controversy

By Liam Styles

The player announced his departure on his personal social media 

The player announced his departure on his personal social media 

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A Liverpool former player went under the spotlight in the last few hours by surprising the fans and the media after leaving his current club, where he had arrived as a free agent in 2021 following a loan spell from Liverpool to Crystal Palace which became a permanent move before joining the French side.

The player in question is Mamadou Sakho, Liverpool former player from 2013 to 2017, having played 80 games for the Reds and having scored 3 goals in more than three thousand minutes on the pitch for the Anfield’s team. The French center back, who joined Montpellier in 2021, had already played 49 games with the French team having scored one goal and given one assist before leaving the institution in the last few days.

However, the curious side of the situation was the reason to leave the French club, as he would have had a big discussion with his coach, who would have decreased the time on the pitch of the French defender in the last few games, situation which would have led to the player to complain to the coach, who would have called labeled him a “cry baby” according to the French journal L’Equipe.

 

The player grabbed his coach by the collar

Following these sources, this would have caused a confrontation with the manager Der Zakaria, with Sakho grabbing his coach by the collar and leading him to fall to the floor and getting a family chain around his neck broken.  Following this incident that would have taken place last week at the training center, Sakho decided to terminate his contract with Montpellier, which he announced with an official statement from his personal social media.


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