PSG's Hatem Ben Arfa walks during training session before the French League One match between PSG and Metz at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris. (AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu)
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For Hatem Ben Arfa, signing with Paris Saint-Germain was supposed to be the end of a long and tortuous road back to the limelight.But less than a year after landing at France's biggest club, Ben Arfa has the blues. For Ben Arfa, the dream move quickly turned into a bitter experience as he failed to win the confidence of PSG coach Unai Emery.Ben Arfa has played only 643 minutes in 23 league appearances after starting only five matches. A member of the "Generation 87," a group of promising players born in 1987 that included Karim Benzema and Samir Nasri, Ben Arfa has struggled to live up to expectations after he left Lyon in 2008 .Ben Arfa's latest comments came only days before PSG takes on Monaco in Saturday's League Cup final, and his message to Emery could not have been clearer.
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