Baptiste Chaumier: “Bamba Dieng broke down several times, to tears in the locker room”

While OM are making a terrific start to the season, the Bamba Dieng case is still internally divided. Baptiste Chaumier returned to the team on the management of the Senegalese by his coach, Igor Tudor.

After a turbulent summer, Bamba Dieng finally stayed at Olympique de Marseille. Discarded by his coach during the preparation and since the start of the season, the Senegalese international hoped to revive himself by signing for another club. If he was close to signing for OGC Nice, the failure of his medical examination and the end of negotiations between OM and the Aiglons sealed the fate of the 22-year-old striker. In today’s edition of L’Équipe, Baptiste Chaumier deplores the lack of humanity of the club and its coach vis-à-vis the young Marseille striker. He believes that the human management of the file was catastrophic from start to finish.

The Bamba Dieng case was the red thread of the summer. Tudor was not a fan, the management wanted to force the attacker to leave and the human management of this file was catastrophic. The Croatian, on this one, showed all the importance he attached to respecting his hierarchy. The Senegalese international, who finally stayed and still hasn’t played a match, broke down several times, to tears in the locker room“, Baptiste Chaumier in the columns of the newspaper L’Équipe, reports footballclubdemarseille.

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