Wigan Athletic’s Mohamed Diame criticises the town and women
Culturally sensitive chatter from the French
If you were making a list of the top 200 players in the Premier League, it is unlikely that Mohamed Diame would make your list. If you were making a list of all the players in the Premier League, it is unlikely that you would remember Diame.
Anyhow (apologies, I despise that word) Diame has got all big time Charlie in a French magazine, ripping into Wigan.
The truth about life in Wigan is there is nothing to do.
It is a crappy place. The town is tiny and there is no atmosphere. I go into training, I return home, and that is all I do.
When it snowed I felt like it was minus 15, and feared I was going to turn into an ice cube.
It is rare to see truly beautiful girls when you go out during the day.
But it’s a different story when you go out in the evening. The girls seem to cover themselves up all day, only to be in good-looking mode at night.
In Madrid I had the impression that all the women were beautiful.
A Wigan spokesperson tried to say that the interview was simply light-hearted, but the comments don’t sound too pretty.