Karim Jaziri, a close adviser to the French striker Karim Benzema, called the words of the assistant coach of the French national team Didier Deschamps Guy Stefan about the striker’s injury and his absence from the 2022 World Cup a lie.
Karim Jaziri, a close adviser to Real Madrid star Karim Benzema, has dismissed French assistant coach Didier Deschamps’ words about the veteran striker’s injury and absence from the World Cup as lies.
Jay Stefan wrote in his diary about Benzema’s injury, as the French press reported today, Sunday: “Unfortunately, Benzema has suffered a muscle injury … and the next morning he will leave us very early for Madrid.”
He added: “We are very sorry for him because the World Cup was a big goal for Benzema.”
Commenting on Stephen’s diary, Al-Jaziri wrote on his Twitter account: “A week after his departure (from the national team), Benzema resumed training for 4 days and played 30 minutes in a friendly against Real Madrid.
He added, “But as for Stefan, he couldn’t participate in the tournament! But he continued to lie, and the truth is approaching, Dr. Le Gall’s entry must be published. Not waiting two or three days to confirm the diagnosis is professional misconduct or worse on his part.”
It is noteworthy that the French team reached the final of the World Cup, but lost to their Argentine colleague on penalties (2-4), after the end of regular and extra time in a draw (3-3) on Sunday, December 18, 2022, at the Lusail Stadium » in Qatar.
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