” Insults ? I had my fill in Marseille! »

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Loaned by Bayern Munich to Olympique de Marseille during the 2020-2021 season, Michaël Cuisance had a very difficult year. During an interview with So Foot, the French midfielder regretted the conflicting relations with Olympian supporters.

In difficulty at Bayern, Michael Cuisance committed to a loan toABOUT during the summer of 2020 to regain playing time. The 24-year-old French midfielder does not have good memories of his time in the Marseille city at all. The player of VfL Osnabrück was directly taken by the Marseille supporters. He decided to no longer manage his social networks because of the insults he suffered when he played under the Olympian tunic.

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“I received insults constantly on social networks, I had my dose in Marseille”

During an interview given to So Foot, Cuisance regretted his conflicting relations with Olympian supporters. “ When you are at OM, it can be all or nothing. When everything is going well, things are also going well with the supporters. Unfortunately, this season didn’t go well. I still knew three coaches in a few months (André Villas-Boas, Nasser Larguet and Jorge Sampaoli),” he said. “ There is also the Commanderie episode, with the supporters who are frustrated not to come to the stadium and who ended up arriving at the training center. But it was pretty crazy to get there. I received insults constantly on social networks, I had my dose in Marseille. It’s actually my little sister who manages this for me today, I’ve detached myself from it as much as possible », Confided the former OM player.

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