This Wednesday, August 5, Netflix is releasing “L’incompris”, a documentary about Nicolas Anelka. The opportunity for the ex-striker of the France team to reveal the identity of the “mole of Knysna”? Non Stop People tells you more.
On June 19, 2010, during the half-time of France-Mexico, in the locker room of the France team, Nicolas Anelka got angry with the coach of the Blues Raymond Domenech, going so far as to insult him copiously. His words had been revealed in the columns of the newspaper L’Equipe. Nicolas Anelka was then excluded from the team in the middle of the 2010 World Cup. In support for the French striker, the rest of the team had decided to strike, some even going hunting for the “mole”. “The problem for the France team is not Anelka, it’s the traitor who is among us. How did this thing come out in the press?”, Even Patrice Evra was angry at a press conference, the day of the revelations of L’Equipe.
“I know the culprit”
Ten years later, Patrice Evra admits to never having got his hands on this famous “mole”. “This mole thing makes me laugh. I never found it in the end (smile). When I watch that press conference where I say I’m going to find the one who threw it all up, that’s where I see that I was too in. I was inhabited, “said the former defender of the Blues to” Figaro “. If Patrice Evra has never found the identity of the “mole”, that would not be the case of the main interested Nicolas Anelka. In February 2017, Nicolas Anelka confessed to “Onze Mondial” that he would reveal the name of the “Knysna mole” in a film he is “making”. “I know the culprit, I will reveal it in my film”, said le mari de Barbara Tausia. And if the sound output documentary on Netflix was the right moment to confess, ten years after the affair, who is the one who reported his remarks on Raymond Domenech to the journalists of “L’Equipe”? Answer tomorrow on Netflix for the release of “L’incompris”.