Sunday, November 28

Hamraoui affair: Eric Abidal comes out of the silence and asks his wife’s forgiveness

Eric Abidal broke the silence. The former French international, who admitted to having had an extramarital affair with Kheira Hamraoui, who was beaten up on November 4, posted a message on social networks to ask his wife Hayet for forgiveness.

“Hayet Abidal forgive me. Whatever your decision, you will remain in my eyes the woman of my life, and especially the mother of our wonderful children. I deserve this humiliation even if it kills me alive. El hamdouli’allah (Praise be to God, editor’s note) An sha ‘allah (God willing, editor’s note) one day you will forgive me, ”he wrote on his Instagram account.

The couple has been in crisis for a fortnight and the revelation of the Kheira Hamraoui affair. The PSG player was assaulted on November 4 after a dinner with her teammates and the technical staff of the women’s section of the capital club.

On the return trip, when she had taken a seat in the car of her club partner Aminata Diallo, two hooded individuals appeared in front of the vehicle before forcibly exiting the international tricolor and hitting her in the legs. iron bar hits. Taken to the Poissy hospital, she suffered from bruises and had to have stitches put in her right tibia and on the palm of her right hand.

During the investigations, investigators discovered that Kheira Hamraoui’s phone chip was in the name of Eric Abidal. The former defender later confessed to his wife that he had an extra-marital relationship with the midfielder, who played for FC Barcelona (2018-2021) when he was the sporting director of the Catalan club (2018 -2020).

Faced with these revelations, Hayet Abidal announced at the end of last week that she was going to file for a divorce. It remains to be seen if she will grant him his forgiveness, while the day before, she herself had posted an unequivocal message on Instagram. “You forgive until something collapses inside you then you no longer feel anything, neither forgiveness nor anger, but only the desire to turn the page and not to think about anything.”

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