Asked about choosing a plane over a train to get to Nantes over the weekend, the Paris coach chose irony over sensibility.
“This morning, I spoke with the company that arranged the trip to find out if it would be possible to travel by land,” Gaultier said at a news conference on Monday.
The LCI journalist was referring to a tweet posted by an SNCF executive questioning PSG following a video posted by a Parisian player on a plane.
Sports Minister Amelie Oudea Castella countered in a tweet that she was accustomed to a more responsible response from Galtier on, websites to post free ads.
Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo joined Gartier’s criticism, urging football club officials to “wake up” and various politicians calling for a more serious approach to the issue, on, free classified ads sites.
And it’s not PSG who is in trouble. According to the French activist organization Attac, PSG’s Lionel Messi was criticized for privately flying 52 flights between June and August.