The national team did this… French Martinique athlete caught smuggling cocaine

 It has been revealed that a soccer team player from a country was caught trying to smuggle drugs in large quantities.

Italian media ‘Tutosport’ reported on the 7th (Korean time) that Jean-Manuel Nedra (29), a striker belonging to the French Martinique League located on the Caribbean coast, was arrested with his girlfriend on charges of possession of drugs at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France. said it was 

“The two were caught at the airport with more than 100kg of cocaine in their carriers. Ned will be detained, while his girlfriend has been released under surveillance,” the media reported. 

100 kg of cocaine is a huge amount that can inject as many as 3.3 million people at the same time. 

“We do not know the extent of his (criminal) involvement, but we do know that one of our players has been arrested for drug smuggling,” said Nedra’s team, Clube Aiglon du Lamentin, in a statement. 

In France, transporting and supporting drugs carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. A sentence of up to five years may include probation and drug treatment, along with probation. 

Possession of drugs carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a fine of 7.5 million euros (about 10 billion won).  토토사이트

Nedra is a central midfielder who made his 2012 debut for the Martinique national team and played 20 of his A matches to date.

In October 2018, he was not called to the national team after the CONCACAF (North and Central America Caribbean Football Confederation) Nations League qualifiers.