ACB Liga Endesa First impressions of the French base
Although it is not yet known which team to play for, Thomas Heurtel has broken his silence hours after announcing his departure from Barcelona. The French guard has used Twitter to post your first impressionsafter the news of the day and his contractual separation with the azulgrana team. Heurtel has taken the opportunity to thank the support of his unconditional and launch a message against those who have criticized him all this time:
“I want to thank the people who have supported me through good times and bad, leaving fanaticism aside, and showing that, to have values, it is necessary to be objective and fair, not judging and condemning someone without even knowing both versions of history. Thank you”.
I want to thank the people who have supported me in good times and bad, putting fanaticism aside, and showing that to have values you need to be objective and fair, not judging and condemning someone without even knowing both versions of the story. ! Thank you
? Thomas Heurtel (@ MT28APRIL) January 19, 2021
This Tuesday, the Heurtel representative announced that the player and the club had reached an agreement to end a situation that did not benefit either party. Of course, in the remainder of the season, the French will not be able to sign for any team in the Endesa League, including, of course, Real Madrid. Next season we may see Heurtel wear white.
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