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DIAWARA’S ENTRY INTO THE HALL OF FAME: BASILE BOLI DEFENDS THE SENEGALESE

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Souleymane Diawara’s legacy at Olympique de Marseille is undeniable, and his recent induction into the club’s “Hall of Fame” has sparked some debate among fans and former players alike. Diawara, who wore the No. 21 jersey, is the last Marseille player to have that number retired, which has led to mixed reactions from the Marseille community.

Bernard Pardo, a former Marseille midfielder, expressed his confusion over the decision to retire Diawara’s number. Pardo believes that many players have left their mark on the club over the years, and instead of retiring individual numbers, the club should consider using higher numbers for new players to honor the club’s history.

On the other hand, Basile Boli, who scored the winning goal in Marseille’s 1993 Champions League final, supports the decision to retire Diawara’s number. Boli believes that Diawara has done a lot for the club and deserves the tribute. He sees it as a positive gesture towards a player who has contributed significantly to Marseille’s success.

The debate reflects the deep emotional connection between the club, its players, and the fans. While opinions may differ, there is no denying the impact that players like Diawara have had on Marseille’s history.

Tags: Souleymane Diawara, Olympique de Marseille, Hall of Fame, Bernard Pardo, Basile Boli, jersey retirement, club history

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