Cádiz – Valencia: ‘They have told us that they could take away the 3 points and some more’

Joseph
Lewis
Gayà, captain of the Valencia, appeared before the media after the defeat of his team against the Cadiz (1-2), in an encounter marked by an alleged racist insult of John
Creek to Mouctar
Diakhaby, who decided to leave the pitch midway through the first half.

In the first instance, his teammates supported the French central defender and retired to the changing rooms, but minutes later they returned to the green without Diakhaby, which was replaced by Hugo
Guillamon and followed the rest of the match from the stands.

“He has told us that -Cala- has insulted him in a racist way. We went out to play because they told us that they could take away the 3 points and some more. He – Diakhaby – asked us to go out. He is sunk, a very ugly insult … We are with him to death ”, explained an indignant Gayà.

Diakhaby is sunk

“I am completely sure that they have said something to him, he would not have reacted like that otherwise,” concluded the Spanish international.