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Bayonne: Djibril Camara dismissed until the end of the season

The rear of Aviron Bayonnais was summoned by its leaders on Monday. If he is not laid off or dismissed, he should no longer wear the jersey of the Basque club until the end of his contract, next June.

Two official warnings, for a delay then an absence in training. Before an altercation with the manager of Aviron Bayonnais, Yannick Bru, during a video session a few days ago. The gap too much. Djibril Camara was therefore summoned this Monday by the president of the Basque club, Philippe Tayeb. With the threat of a layoff or even dismissal.

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According to South West, the rear (or winger) was finally put on sick leave and should no longer wear the Bayonne link by the end of the season, which also corresponds to the end of his contract. Asked by theAFP, Philippe Tayeb was laconic. “The club received it, yes. We try to support him as well as possible in his physical problems. “

Recurrent pain in the knees

Djibril Camara suffers from recurrent pain in the knees (osteoarthritis). Flagship rookie of Rowing, promoted to Top 14 in 2019, the former Stade Français Paris player (31) has only played twelve league matches since his arrival. This season, he only participated in matches in Brive and Paris. Put on sick leave, therefore officially on sick leave, he should receive part of his salary through Social Security. A roundabout way for the staff to get rid of a player whose bad behavior continues to be a problem until the end of his contract, in June 2021.

On trial with Stade Français who had dismissed him for serious misconduct

Trained at the Stade Français, the international (4 selections) had been dismissed for serious misconduct by the Parisian club in 2019. Facts that Djibril Camara disputes, claiming 1 million euros from his former employer for abusive breach of contract. The hearing took place on Monday, October 19 at the Prud’hommes de Paris. The court will deliver its deliberation on January 26th.


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