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Boluspor: Bevic Moussiti-Oko's incredible ordeal

Bevic Moussiti-Oko à Boluspor
Boluspor: Bevic Moussiti-Oko's incredible ordeal

After a season at Ankaragücü, Bevic Moussiti-Oko left the club in the 2023 summer transfer window for another Turkish club, Boluspor. But the Congolese never played a match there. Worse still, he experienced a misadventure worthy of a movie.

This is what we call an ordeal! After arriving in Turkey with Boluspor in the summer of 2023, Bevic Moussiti-Oko was expecting a season of revival but he was soon disillusioned. After an interesting preparatory period, including a brace, the Congolese international (7 caps) thought he'd be back on track. However, the Brazzaville native soon realized that he was not part of the new coach's plans. Then, to make matters worse, an injury held him back."I suffered an injury. I go for an MRI and they tell me there's nothing wrong. I trusted them. I felt it was hurting.

I trusted them, so I started again. The pain persisted and I had another MRI after three weeks. Still nothing, obviously. After the last match, I ask them for the scans and they don't want them. I say to myself "oh yeah, that's weird". The doctor told me it was just a haemorrhage," he tells Foot Mercato.

And according to Bevic Moussiti-Oko, that's where the trouble's going to start. The 29-year-old winger insists that his club has hatched a plan to get rid of him."I presented them with a drug when I arrived at the club and they gave me another. Then one thing led to another and they put me on as a substitute. The situation started to get tense. They were showing it and sending messages. They'd put a list in the coach's office. I don't calculate that.I like to feel involved. I score and come back. One day, at training, I try to accelerate and the pain comes back even stronger. I can't accelerate any more and I want to have another MRI in Paris. They don't want to do it, the argument escalates and they look for pretexts to break my contract. The team manager talks to me and tells me that my anti-sleep medication is doping. Yet I was only taking the ones they gave me when I arrived. "

A drug affair...

Bevic Moussiti-Oko then looks back on a bizarre episode. The former Le Mans player, who had let his friends keep an eye on his room, was totally hallucinating on his return." I left my mates in my room to wait for me, so that they wouldn't come into my room while I was away to put compromising products in without my knowledge. One day, they go to my room and ask my friends to leave. I go back to the club and they threaten me with a lawyer. Either that, or they'll put you in police custody for 45 days. They want me to take a blood test with their lab.I didn't want to, I didn't trust them. They asked me to throw away the medication they'd given me. Listening to them, I did it in my room at the training camp, except that they had placed a surveillance camera in my room. They sent this video to the police, who came to search my house, talking about drugs. The police took me to the station, did urine tests and saw that there was nothing there. As for me, since trust had been broken, I decided to go and do some tests of my own to prove that I was clean. There was such a climate of mistrust..."

And salary arrears

Bevic Moussiti-Oko also claims several months' unpaid wages.After reaching an agreement to terminate his contract, Boluspor once again tried to pull a fast one." In consultation with my lawyer, we agree on very specific clauses. I take a photo with the translator and send it to my lawyer. He tells me it's OK. There are three versions and I take the player's version. The president signed the other two. They sent a different version to the Federation and to the club.In February, there was a payment they hadn't made, and now they're sending me a totally different extract from the one I'd taken a photo of. I realize that they changed it just to make me leave the club. I'm going to launch a FIFA procedure because it's the first time something like this has happened to me. The sporting director has threatened other players.He has tarnished my reputation with other players and clubs."

Bevic Moussiti-Oko concludes: "If they'd been straight with me from the start about this injury, I'd be playing right now. A rocky affair in more ways than one.

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