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Billy loses to Lens

Billy loses to Lens

In the midst of adapting to Ligue 1 Uber Eats, Youcef Belaili will have to skip the move from Stade Brestois to Lens. Initially in the group of Michel Der Zakarian, the Algerian international had to lose at the last minute.

Belaili and Ligue 1 Uber Eats, Failed Fifth Chapter. He was called up by Michel Der Zakarian to face Lensou, and the former Tunisian tennis playmaker was unable to travel yesterday with his Brest teammates. According to information from our colleagues from La Vague Verte present yesterday at Lille Airport, Belaili finally had to abandon today’s meeting (5pm) after contracting food poisoning. A short-term unavailability prevents the No. 8 Greens from returning to the saddle after playing just thirty minutes during the Breton derby (0-1) last Sunday against Lorient.

In the middle of a period of acclimatization to European football, the player who will soon celebrate his 30th birthday is going through a complex transitional phase after four games in the French championship. Nonetheless, he shines against Troy, and as such Bellelli continues to pursue his marks within a Brest team that is still struggling to stay in the elite. A stagnation whose causes were mainly related to his selection sequence over the past six months, with the Algerian choosing between the World Cup, Arab Cup and African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Physical form and adaptation are at the core of Brest’s main concerns towards the person who has been recruited to make up for the departure of the Pirates’ technical leader, Roman Vivre, who left for Lyon last month. When asked yesterday at a press conference about this transitional phase for his Algerian winter soldier, Michel Der Zakarian pointed to Billy’s need to adapt to the Uber Eats Premier League while showing confidence in upcoming deadlines. A welcome confidence for the native of Oran who will return to the field against Marseille on a date specified in his personal calendar. The first big chance before another, more decisive month: his country qualified for the fifth World Cup in its history.

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