Kadewere teammate sacked for farting in dressing room

He has scored just one league goal this season, which came against Lens in February, as he struggled to match the fireworks he produced in his first season with the club.

But, for all his struggles, he possibly will view this season more favourably than defender Marcelo.


The Brazilian was banished by Lyon after he was caught farting in the dressing room and laughing about it, sensational reports now claim.

The Ligue 1 side confirmed last August that the defender had been demoted to the reserves due to “inappropriate behaviour”

Marcelo had started their opening two games of the season, prior to being given the boot.

His final game for Lyon was a 3-0 defeat to Angers on Match Day Two, during which he scored an own goal.

L’Equipe claim the 34-year-old loudly farted in the dressing room after the calamitous match.

To make matters worse, he is also alleged to have laughed about it.

The incident is said to have enraged club legend and sporting director Juninho, who is also a Brazilian.

Marcelo was initially banished to the reserves, before having his contract cancelled in January.

The Brazilian had played for Lyon since 2017, helping them reach the Champions League semi-finals.

He went on to play 11 times for Lyon’s reserve side, before having his contract terminated.

Upon hearing of Marcelo’s Lyon demise, Gary Lineker wrote: “Dropped for farting?

“These days I’d get a lifetime ban for s****ing on a pitch. Game’s gone.”

After becoming a free agent, Marcelo signed for Bordeaux.

He has since played nine times for Les Girondins – compounding his own miserable season by getting relegated to Ligue 2.

The experienced defender’s contract will expire at the end of the season. – The Sun/Sports Reporter.

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