Sacked French striker, Diaby-Fadiga reveals why he stole Dolberg’s €70,000 wristwatch

Sacked Ligue 1 striker, Lamine Diaby-Fadiga has said jealousy was the reason he stole €70,000 wristwatch from his former teammate, Kasper Dolberg last month.
DAILY POST had earlier reported that Diaby-Fadiga had his contract cancelled by Nice on Tuesday after it emerged that he took Dolberg’s missing watch from the team’s dressing room on September 16.
Dolberg initially took his complaint to police before it emerged that his 18-year-old team-mate was the one responsible for the robbery.

However, Diaby-Fadiga on Wednesday took to Twitter to apologise for his actions while clarifying why he stole from his own team-mate.
He posted on the microblogging site: “After several days of an unprecedented media storm for me, I have decided to give myself a voice via communication.

“I would like to first of all apologise to the fans and those who love Le Gym. A lot of them supported me and showed me kindness since I made my professional debut, as a youngster from the local region who joined the club when I was 14.

Their reactions embody the level of disappointment that they feel towards me and I owe them an explanation.
“I proudly wore the club of my childhood’s shirt last season in Ligue 1. I was unfortunately injured for several months and my return to competitive action was further delayed following a red card I picked up whilst playing for the U19s.


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