After hurting Rennes (0-1) on Friday night, Hatem Ben Arfa hopes to cause some misery to another of his former clubs.
The Girondins of Bordeaux have recruited only one player this summer, but it gives satisfaction. Hatem Ben Arfa brought some comfort to the Aquitaine club by offering him the victory on the lawn of Rennes (0-1), Friday evening.
“He wanted so much to do a good result, underlined his trainer, Jean-Louis Gasser. He doesn’t like to lose, he’s not used to losing too much in his career. When he saw that we were losing two games in a row… But when he sets an example and comes to defend, the whole team goes behind him, and that’s a good sign. “
Ben Arfa hurt one of his (many) former clubs, the most recent in Ligue 1. And the former player of OL, OM and Nice, coincidence of the calendar, will meet another of his “ex”, Paris Saint-Germain, last weekend.
“A little less” at home in Paris
A place where it had happened very moderately for him, to put it mildly, unlike Rennes. Thus, it is with a different state of mind, compared to Roazhon Park, that he will find Paris. “If I will also feel at home at the Parc des Princes?” A little less, a little less. I have stepped on the ground less at PSG than here in Rennes (laughs) “, had fun Ben Arfa at the microphone of Canal +.
What will not change, however, is that Ben Arfa will be the spearhead of the Gironde attack. And that he will do everything to cause misery to PSG. “I have the right to score anyway, even two goals, why not”, he promised.
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