Lillee: Ben Arfa should know his approval next week

Initially scheduled for this week, the interview for Hatem Ben Arfa, currently scheduled by the LOSC, should finally take place next Wednesday or Thursday. At the end of this, the Mastiff will likely have a sanction that could lead to dismissal.

Will Hatem Ben Arfa’s Lily adventure end already? Freed from any contract in mid-January in the north of France, the 35-year-old attacking midfielder could play his last match with the Dogues on 2 April against Bordeaux (0–0, 30th day), where he entered the game. Was. In the 78th minute.

The former tricolor international (15 caps, 2 goals) was initially scheduled to be heard by his management this week, following his verbal spat with his coach, Jocelyn Gauravenek. His interview before a sanction that could lead to dismissal should eventually take place next week, potentially on Wednesday 20 or Thursday 21.

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Currently closed by the LOSC, “HBA” verbally attacked Gauravenek after Lille’s draw against the Girondins. In the locker room, the tone between the technician and the player escalated rapidly. “We play very little here. We don’t play like a team that claims a place in the European Cup. It’s not Gingamp here!”, according to information reported by The Indian Paper to his coach to the former Bordelis was launched.

His coach reacted to the controversy in front of the media (“In 34 years, I’ve never seen anything like this”, removed Gauravenek), before the player who coached at Lyon paid his coach again, but his President Olivier Letang also did. Instagram Story. “Are you talking about twisted? While you and your president are most twisted. You, your problem is incompetence,” the former Parisian wrote. Story which LOSC did not want to answer.

Ben Arfa have played only 9 games in their new colors since their arrival last January, including 4 starts in Ligue 1. And he has to be credited for having managed to deliver only one decisive pass during the Mastiff’s defeat against Paris Saint-Germain. (1-5) on 6 February.

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