Zapping Goal! soccer club LOSC: the figures for the 2020-2021 season of Burak Yilmaz
This Saturday, L’Equipe and La Voix du Nord take stock of the imminent arrival of Hatem Ben Arfa in Lille. The Mastiffs are awaiting the formalization of Yusuf Yazici’s loan to CSKA Moscow to recruit the 34-year-old left-hander, with whom they have an agreement in principle. The northern president, Olivier Létang, has known the playmaker since their respective visits to Paris and Rennes. Benjamin André also rubbed shoulders with HBA in Brittany and the current went well between them.
La Voix du Nord also takes stock of the conflict between LOSC and its former satellite club, Excel de Mouscron. Since Thursday, the players of the Belgian L2 resident have refused to train because they were not paid in December. Via a press release, the leaders from across Quiévrain demanded a substantial sum from the northern club, which nevertheless ended their partnership last summer. This sum would be €2 million, according to LVDN. Not enough to call into question the arrival of Ben Arfa but quite thorny all the same for a club whose finances are in the bright red…
The first team squad at Belgian club Excel Mouscron – owned by Bordeaux president Gérard Lopez – have gone on strike over unpaid wages from December.https://t.co/rjVX1bB6AL
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) January 13, 2022
Mouscron claims €2 million from LOSC
Former satellite club of LOSC, Excel de Mouscron would claim 2 M€. However, the champions of France ended their partnership last summer but the residents of the Belgian L2 are in great economic difficulty.