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Mohamed Koffi flees Egypt after Mortada allegations
Burkina Faso international Mohamed Koffi has left Egypt hours after Zamalek president Mortada Mansour accused him of faking an injury.
Mohamed Koffi was diagnosed with a knee injury after Zamalek’s most recent CAF Champions League fixture against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Club president Mortada Mansour attacked the defender for not featuring against Ittihad of Alexandria in the Egypt Cup, and accused him by faking his injury; Koffi replied with a Facebook photo taken during a therapy session.
Koffi apparently left Egypt on Saturday night in retaliation to Mansour’s quotes, and Zamalek have issued a warning to the player ahead of their return fixture in South Africa on Wednesday.
This would be the second time Koffi has missed a match, after his absence against Nigerian side Enyimba due to a problem with his wages.