According to Mediapart, which relies on football leakage documents, some PSG recruits have collected information on the ethnicity of players in their maps and used this criterion in their youth employment policy.
PSG cites young players based on their ethnicity and uses this criterion in deciding not to employ at least one of them. This is apparently from the survey conducted by Mediapart on the basis of football leakage documents.
Some of the main club recruits filled in from 2013 to the spring of 2018. The youth card rating card, which included a part of "origin" with four choices: "French", "Maghreb", "Western Indians", "African", French law prohibits "Collect or process personal data that directly or indirectly reveals the racial or ethnic origin of a person", A criminal offense punishable by five years of imprisonment and a fine of EUR 300,000.
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PSG used this ethical criterion in its employment policy. In 2014, the main club was followed by Yann Gboho, U13 midfielder FC Rouen, who recommended Normandy reggerman Serge Fournier. According to the March 14 report, which is not contested by the PSG, Marc Westerloppe, the then director of the recruitment station at the national level outside Ile-de-France, "Slow down for yourself" to this "Excellent Profile", Westerloppe, came to the club in 2013 with his famous cards to evoke the origin of the player, then replied: "We will not go back to that topic. […] There is a problem in the club's orientation, balance is needed on the mix, too many Indians and Africans in Paris.
PSG confirmed the existence of the card
He contacted Mediapart, PSG confirmed the existence of the card, but insists that the management of the club was unaware. The defense line is undermined by the elements contained in a few minutes of meetings included in the Football Leaflet Documents. To justify, Marc Westerloppe stated on March 14: "If employment is open at the national level, it is a pity to find the same profiles that are already in Paris, this is a request for the administration." Employees were rebuffed several times in practice.
First of all, Jean-Claude Blanc, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, was informed that Westerloppe's objections justified his dismissal for serious misconduct at the June 16 meeting. A meeting at which Céline Peltier, director of human resources, said he was a sports director "Sam Olivier Létang would make identical remarks" according to Westerloppe, according to Mediapart. The case will not go further internally. Westerloppe will be invited to an interview before the sanction from which it will look bleached.
In January, Olivier Létang, now President of Stade Rennais, hired Westerloppe as the leader of the monitoring and individual development of professional players, but also of young people. Yann Gboho, who signed his first contract with Breton last May, will meet.