Marseille defender Alvaro Gonzalez may perhaps no longer be sanctioned by the French Soccer League following an allegation of racism made in opposition to him by Paris St-Germain forward Neymar.
Neymar was despatched off for hitting Gonzalez in a mistaken-tempered Ligue 1 sport in opposition to Marseille on 13 September.
On Twitter, Neymar later accused his opponent of racism.
The French Soccer League (LFP) acknowledged it did no longer admire “sufficient convincing proof” to spice up the declare.
“Olympique de Marseille is pleased with the disciplinary committee’s selection tonight on Alvaro Gonzalez,” Marseille acknowledged on Twitter.
“Alvaro is no longer racist, any accusation in opposition to him on this matter is unfair and pretend. Olympique de Marseille is and might trustworthy restful stay the membership of anti-racism.”
Neymar’s was the ultimate of 5 crimson taking part in playing cards within the sport in opposition to Marseille.
He was additionally beneath investigation for an alleged homophobic remark made to Alvaro.
“After analyzing the file, listening to the gamers and representatives of the golf equipment, the worth notes that it does no longer admire sufficient proof to exhibit discriminatory feedback made by the participant Alvaro in opposition to Neymar all of the diagram through the match or by Neymar in opposition to Alvaro,” acknowledged a LFP disciplinary committee converse.