Mar 21, 2011

Bitter PSG boss slags off Stephane Sessegnon

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21 Mar 2011 - 19:52:52

Twisting like a dumped ex. Antoine Kombouare, boss of Paris St Germain has been slagging off Sunderland midfielder Stephane Sessegnon, over his move to Wearside. Like a bitter ex girlfriend that just can’t quite get over being binned, the twisting manager tried his best to hang on to the midfielder in the January transfer window but simply just couldn’t. Sessegnon wanted to come to Sunderland so much so he took a pay cut, saying to the Sunderland board “I will play that well for Sunderland you will want to pay me more”, he was that impressed he turned down the opportunity to speak to two other premiership clubs (one has been named as Everton). Anyhow the sad PSG boss has taken two months to think of something, speaking to a French sports paper, "Sessegnon didn't accept competition." “He saw Ludovic Giuly take his place in the team and he gave up. He put the blame on the rest of the squad and on me, "He is a quality player but he decided not to come to training anymore, saying 'I want to leave'.” "The club could get up to €8million for his transfer to Sunderland. That would be fantastic. "That sort of behaviour cannot be tolerated, you have to fight against it. "If Sessegnon had stayed, he would be an outsider, he would not exist anymore. Today, without him, we are working much better."

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