Former PSG player Antoine Conte sentenced to three years for domestic violence



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Former PSG player Antoine Conte sentenced to three years for domestic violence

Former PSG player Antoine Conte (now at Beitar Jerusalem) was sentenced to three years for domestic violence and will go to prison for 12 months, for a 2016 episode for a fight with his girlfriend. During the trial, public minister Pedro Teixeira described Conte as hateful and cowardly for not calling the ambulance and instead leaving his injured victim on the ground to go to the bank.

"He made the biggest mistake of his life, which cost him his career," admitted the football player's lawyer, Maitre Ammoura, however announcing an appeal against the verdict. The facts date back to 2016 and see the protagonists of the right back, his girlfriend and Liam Jean, a 19-years-old student with a promising future as a musician, whose only fault was to intervene in defense of the girl during a dispute between her and Conte and for this he was hit twice in the head by the football player with a baseball bat.

Due to the violent blow he received, Jean found himself with severe hearing problems, frequent migraines, stress and fatigue and was forced to give up his dream of becoming a musician.

Kylian Mbappé among PSG, Real Madrid and Liverpool

The Frenchman Kylian Mbappé could renew his contract with his country's capital club PSG.

The club hopes to persuade him to stay. The world champion evaluates every prospect because if he signs, he said, it's to stay in Paris for a long time. Him maybe with Neymar, and maybe with Lionel Messi. For days the French media have criticized him for dribbling and useless plays, complaints towards his teammates who did not pass the ball well.

The 22-year-old responded with brace and assists in a 4-0 win against Montpellie. Mabppé said: "The criticisms were right because I didn't live up to expectations. I discuss with the club to identify the project.

I'm thinking because if I sign it is to invest in the long term with the PSG. I am very happy here, I always have been. The club and the fans have always supported me and I will always be grateful to them. But I have to reflect on what I want to do in the coming years and where.

I'll have to make a decision soon. I don't want to buy time, if I already had it I would communicate it. I don't want to sign a contract and leave the following year because I didn't really want to sign. If I sign it is to stay.

And all this deserves reflection." The Frenchman may alternatively consider the possibility of becoming the star of Real Madrid, the most prestigious club in the world, where he would perhaps collect the legacy of the teenage idol CR7, under the orders of the other childhood idol Zidane.

The Parisian already speaks perfect Spanish, but also English which would facilitate his settling into the Premier League where Liverpool, another historic club run by the charismatic Klopp, has already taken a few steps towards him.