PSG yesterday suspended first team full back Serge Aurier from Champions League game against Chelsea, for criticising Blanc along with senior teammates Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Angel di Maria during a private video chat on a social networking site.
"It is bad for the image of the club. I feel bad as I brought this boy two years ago. This is the problem with new generation players as they spend their time on expressing their feelings," Blanc said at Champions League pre match press conference.
"To feel sorry after incident is not good enough. A player is a big boy. It was bad for the club. It is really pitiful that instead of preparing for the game against Chelsea, he would be sitting at home not knowing what do," Blanc said about the Ivory Coast international.
When a British scribe asked whether PSG being a young club couldn't handle what a Manchester United or Arsenal could have dealt with, Blanc retorted, “We are never safe from social media. Any club in the world can have this problem. Communication can bring in difficulty."

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