The Paris SG human resources services conducted various interviews on Tuesday with the professional group of the women's section as part of an investigation into an "inappropriate gesture" by coach Didier Ollé-Nicolle, we learned from source with knowledge of the file, confirming information from RMC Sport.
The facts date back to PSG's pre-season in the United States, during which the club "heard" of an "inappropriate gesture" from the coach towards a player in the squad, we learned from same source.
At the time, the subject had been closed by mutual agreement after hearing all the parties but the club decided to get a grip on it on Tuesday after the dissemination of several new information on social networks in recent days.
The human resources of the Parisian club thus conducted interviews on Tuesday with players and members of the management. No decision has been made for the moment, the same source continued.
According to RMC Sport, Didier Ollé-Nicolle, who took the reins of PSG last summer, the first women's team in his coaching career, was also to be heard by the club in the coming hours. Asked by AFP, the coach under contract until June 2023 had not followed up on Tuesday at the start of the evening.
The women's PSG has seen its season disrupted by extra-sporting facts, first of all the still unsolved aggression in November of its midfielder Kheira Hamraoui, scrambled with several teammates and who is currently training away from the professional group. .
PSG receives Lyon on Sunday (9 p.m.) at the Jean-Bouin stadium, a match which could crown the Lyonnaises champions of France in the event of a draw or victory for OL.