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Bayern boss sees Ribery incident as a top-level matter

By Bulinews Team

Bayern München president Uli Hoeness is eager to help solving the dispute between Franck Ribery and French reporter Patrick Guillou who had a violent altercation on Saturday.

Uli Hoeness.
Uli Hoeness.Photo: Usien/Creative Commons/CC-by-SA 3.0

As widely reported, Bayern München star Franck Ribery was involved in a violent clash with French reporter Patrick Guillou in the wake of Bayern München's 2-3 loss to Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.

The incident has been confirmed by both Bayern München and Guillou's employer, beIN Sports, and Bayern president Uli Hoeness now wants to patch things up as soon as possible according to Bild.

Thus, Hoeness has now invited Ribery, Guillou and Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic to a clarifying conversation. If Ribery will be fined by the club as a result of the episode remains to be seen.

According to reports, Ribery slapped Guillou three times after the French reporter criticized his performance against Borussia Dortmund.

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