The attacker of Senegalese origin, Papiss Cissé has just made the headlines for a story of "dirty" money. The latter who evolves in the jersey of the Magpies, was indeed taken in photography while he played money in a casino. If this gesture after all trivial is a scandal today, it is because the player would have recently left an internship of his team which took place in Portugal by evoking religious reasons linked to money.
This good gentleman would have pretended that he could not wear the new black and white jersey due to the sponsor, Wonga, a very famous credit financial company. Papiss Cissé estimated that to accept wearing a jersey where the name of a company has clear relationship with money would be contrary to Islam. Apparently Casino or make sport bets would not be.
Red card for Papiss Cissé
Not wanting to "sell your soul to the devil" but however receiving nearly 75 million euros in annual income- which makes him one of the best paid footballers in 2013, Papiss Demba Cissé risks having trouble To find an excuse this time as his bad faith is obvious. The man seems to love money and seems to handle the "do what I say, not what I do" as well as he handles the round ball.
Nice advertisement for Wonga and Aspers
Papiss Cissé therefore has reasons to blame Andrew McNally, the 22 -year -old who took the photo of the player in Flag 'and published it on Twitter. She shows the Senegalese striker around a Blackjack table in a casino of the Aspers group. However, the player's passage at this table and the photo that shows this date of last November but was only published recently on the web. Why have you waited so long?
Some people think that Wonga would have tried to "calm" the "indomitable lion" whose attitude was likely to lose a significant sponsorship contract to society. As for the director of Casino Aspers where the player was, he said that the footballer was a "occasional visitor to responsible attitude". In any event, the 28 -year -old African Round Ball Star will have rendered proud service to Aspers and Wonda, to her fans and co -religionists on the other hand, a little less. Like what he is better attacker than defender, especially in matters of religion.