Funny story. Discarded from the French handball team last January, Didier Dinart had, until then, remained silent. A media retreat ended Friday with an interview given to our colleagues from France Info in which he made strong remarks. " I feel like I was thrown like a kleenex, " he admitted, still marked by his eviction. An interview that made people talk in the small world of French handball. This Saturday, Didier Dinart left his reserve while advancing… that he had not given this interview.
pic.twitter.com/Jb68hgeOaB- DINART (@ dinart33) June 6, 2020
In a long text published on social networks, the former boss of the Blues firmly denies and questions the journalistic work of our colleagues. " I haven't met any TV channel, I haven't given any interviews ," he admits forcefully. I have said no to all requests since January. I would find it disrespectful, in this period of health and economic crisis, to complain about my personal case. It doesn't match my values . ” Words that also annoyed and found echo with our colleague, Manu Roux, co-author of the interview. The latter was quick to respond on social networks by bringing his version of the facts. Supporting evidence.
Dear Didier, I obviously recorded all of our exchanges. The best is still to assume his words that I find courageous. I could also have added certain passages, I did not. And I'm not writing a statement to other media than mine. https://t.co/W5SPq24Ih5- Manu Roux (@ManuRouxJO) June 6, 2020
“ Dear Didier, I obviously recorded all of our exchanges. The best is still to assume these words that I find courageous. I could also have added certain passages, I did not. And I'm not writing a statement for media other than mine . ”
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