The former Caen, Inter, and Bordeaux winger Yann Karamoh (23) spoke to L’Équipe this morning about an assault that appeared on social media earlier this week. A few days ago a video was published showing current Palma player being beaten and insulted by a man who accused him of having had relations with his girlfriend. His attacker was sentenced to two years in prison on Wednesday in a trial by judges at the Nanterre court in the west of Paris. The forward still is hoping to get back on track with his career.
“He had a knife in one hand, he was beating me with the other, it was an outburst. He beat me up, that’s something that will stay with me for life. I wish he would have acknowledged it. I have pride, a family, I am a man. It’s important to set the record straight, he’s prancing around, he’s putting out a bad version.”
Karamoh has been characterised as a nonchalant and carefree player in the French press: Karamoh two days after being suspended by the Bordeaux for a dressing room altercation, was able to film himself in Paris even when he was still expected to train for the Girondins. This has been one of a number of incidents that have marked his playing career.
The 23 year-old admits “I didn’t always have a good head on my shoulders,” he pleads, “I was neither arrogant or feeling sorry for myself, but for too long I was left to my own devices”. However he insists that “There have always been too many things said about me that aren’t true”.
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Yann Karamoh is under contract with Parma until 2023, and is looking for a new club in Western Europe.