Harit Disasi defends after his injury

Injured his knee on Sunday during Monaco-Marseille and forfeited for the World Cup in Qatar, Amine Harit spoke on his social networks this Thursday. He took the opportunity to defend Blues defender Axel Disasi, who has been the target of insults since the Moroccan midfielder’s injury.

“You know me well: I never give up on anything and I’m already thinking about coming back even stronger.” In a long (and beautiful) message published on his social networks this Thursday evening, Amine Harit announces his news after his serious injury and supports Axel Disasi. Since Sunday, the Blues defender has been subjected to a wave of insults, having been involuntarily involved in the injury to the Moroccan attacking midfielder during the Ligue 1 shock between Monaco and Marseille (2-3). Struck in the knee after a tackle by Disasi, Harit underwent surgery and is expected to be out for the rest of the season.

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“It’s destiny and I accept it”

“I waited a bit before speaking because I needed time to myself, with my loved ones,” writes the Marseillais. As you can imagine, beyond the physical pain, realizing that the dream of a World Cup will be gone in a few hours is hard to keep from living it. But as I said in a press conference just before the game, for us believers it is destiny and I accept it. I wish the Lions the best as they head into the competition and I know my brothers will make us proud.” At 25, he was hoping for his second World Cup with Morocco, who meet Croatia, Belgium and Canada in the first round becomes.

“I want to say it here like I said it to him privately: I don’t blame Axel for a moment. It’s a mundane game action where we both play the ball, there’s nothing “on purpose” about it. What he suffered on the networks is unacceptable and I’m sorry. let’s be better people (…) Thank you also to the entire OM Club, to the staff who took good care of me after the incident on the pitch in Monaco and to my teammates for their constant support. Many thanks to everyone for the thousands of messages that have come in,” continues Harit, who ends his text by wishing his national teammates and the club “good luck” for the end of the season.

To make up for his absence, OM has already planned to recruit this winter. “If we sell Gerson and lose Harit and he has a tendency to miss the whole season, yes, then we will take a new player during the next transfer window,” Marseille president Pablo Longoria announced this week. This becomes the priority. for us to find an attacking player.”

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