President of the French Football Federation, Noël Le Graët is on the edge of the precipice. Laid off, he is also the subject of an investigation for moral and sexual harassment. According to some residents of Guingamp, his city, this outcome is anything but surprising given the practices of the leader, especially with certain women.
81 years old, Noel Le Graet fell from above, and this in the space of only a few days. On January 8, he attacked Zinédine Zidane at the microphone of RMC. Three days later, the FFF announced his layoff. And this Tuesday, the Paris prosecutor’s office announced that it was opening an investigation for moral and sexual harassment following the comments of certain employees and collaborators. Currently at West Indies, Le Graët denied these accusations. But within Guingamp, city of which he was mayor between 1995 and 2008, some residents question the sincerity of the person in charge.
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“Everything is true in these stories. Zidane like the rest”
“ You have to understand that in fact, there are a lot of disappointments among the Guingampais, Didier loose while asking not to specify his surname. We realize that Le Graët missed his exit and that he served too many terms. What upsets people is that everything is true in these stories. Zidane like the rest confides one of them. Another also denounces the behavior of Le Graet with women.
“Le Graët is a somewhat oppressive seducer”
” Le Graët is a seducer and it has been going on for more than forty years. Here, we know plenty of stories of girls and even wives of players that he flirted with without malice. But he was flirting anyway. He was a somewhat oppressive seducer. The saddest thing is that there too, he did not understand that age was passing and that these practices had to be stopped. It sounded lewd grandpa and it was ridiculous. It’s a Guingamp village, everything is known declared a Guingampais to the Parisian.