Former professional Dennis Aogo apologized for his verbal derailment on Tuesday evening as part of the Champions League game between Manchester City and PSG (2-0). As announced on Thursday, Aogo will be doing his job as a TV expert Sky let rest.
The pay TV broadcaster confirmed this to the picture: “Dennis Aogo has apologized and is aware of the scope of his statement, which he very much regrets. He is an excellent expert on our team, whom we appreciate very much, but has made a big mistake. He wants to learn from this Aogo decided to “work as an expert at Sky to let it rest for the time being. We think this is correct. “
The 34-year-old said in his role as Sky-Expert with regard to the Cityzens: “It is just incredibly difficult to defend them. Because, I assume, they train it to the point of gassing.” Subsequently, Aogo received heavy criticism on the Internet.
“You can’t use this word in any context, of course. That was a big mistake, I can only sincerely apologize for it,” emphasized the former Bundesliga player about the word “gassing” in an interview with the picture.
On the same day, Aogo had published a WhatsApp message from Jens Lehmann, which was not originally addressed to him, in which the ex-keeper referred to Aogo as “quota blacks”.