The former coach of the PSG women’s team, Didier Ollé-Nicolle, will file a complaint against X for a slanderous complaint a few months after his dismissal from the capital club.
Decidedly, French football is not far behind in the non-sports aspect. After the romance between Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappé, the revelations about Noël Le Graët and the FFF, it is the turn of the psg to find yourself in confusion. On May 24, Didier Ollé-Nicolle, then coach of the PSG women’s team, was dismissed from his position for inappropriate behavior towards one of his players and “sexual assault by a person in authority”. According to information from the Journal du Dimanche, the former coach of Orleans will take legal action and file a complaint against X for libel. The Belley native feels that his name and honor have been trampled on in public. Me Guillaume Traynard, Didier Ollé-Nicolle’s lawyer, reacted through a press release to defend the 62-year-old coach.
The Ollé-Nicolle clan strikes back
“Following the revelation by various newspapers of the origin and instrumentalization of the false accusations brought against him last May, Didier Ollé-Nicolle will sue the Versailles prosecutor with a complaint. The investigation will make it possible to establish the exact circumstances that led to unsubstantiated allegations being passed on to his employer and to the courts.” Guillaume Traynard explains in his open letter. Didier Ollé-Nicolle’s lawyer also reveals that after an internal PSG investigation, no fault or non-compliance was found against the French coach. Several media outlets had broadcast the facts of this dismissal, such as Romain Molina, the independent journalist who deals with the affairs of French soccer, in particular about the revelations within the FFF. The former coach does not want to regain his coaching position at PSG, but he hopes to win his case and restore his image.