Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of
Anelka has already been sent home. Now,
Now, President Sarkozy has instructed spots minister Roselyne Bachelot to look into the matter and sort out the problems as early as possible. Latest reports available in the media suggest that
Roselyne Bachelot has called for ‘dignity’ and ‘responsibility’ from the players and indicated that disciplinary action would be taken on those who are involved in the row. Former synchronised swimmer and the current Economy minister, Christine Lagarde, has also criticized the players for their appalling behavior during the world’s most prestigious football tournament.
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