Lamine Fadiga-Diaby, 18, admitted to taking Kasper Dolberg’s watch from the membership dressing room on September 16 and mentioned his actions had been born out of “jealousy.”
“Above and past all sporting and monetary consideration, OGC Good can not and won’t settle for such conduct that betrays the boldness that unites all of the membership’s workers and all of the members of the Rouge et Noir household,” the membership mentioned in an announcement.
Diaby says he was “mentally affected” by a long-term harm and a pink card acquired on his return to soccer.
“As an alternative of making an attempt to battle on the pitch to offer him with competitors for locations, I reacted stupidly in direction of him. My actions weren’t taken out of an urge for food to achieve one thing from it, however out of disappointment, frustration and feeling discredited. In fact, I’m solely 18, however my age excuses nothing.
“I additionally took on the accountability of reimbursing my teammate totally, which I’ve now performed. I want him quite a lot of success at OGC Good and in his profession. Possibly sooner or later we are going to come throughout one another on a pitch and this affair will likely be merely a nasty reminiscence.”
Dolberg moved to Good from Ajax throughout the summer time switch window, whereas Diaby had been on the membership because the age of 14 and was a product of the youth academy.
He made his debut for the primary workforce on the age of 16 and went on to make seven appearances for the membership.
Good and Dolberg are reportedly going to drop the prison investigation after the Danish ahead initially reported the theft to the police.