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Ekramy slams Coulibaly after mistreatment accusations

Posted on June 5, 2017
Sherif Ekramy on Coulibaly

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Al Ahly goalkeeper replied ’s questionable statement in which he accused the club’s staff and players of mistreating him.

The Ivorian striker, who was chosen as Al Ahly’s player of the month for April, left Egypt and traveled to London without informing his club, which made the Red Devils lodge a complaint to FIFA against him to preserve the club’s rights.

Coulibaly later issued a controversial statement accusing the club of treating him like a slave, forcing him to pray every time he scored and that his family didn’t feel comfortable practicing Christianity in Egypt.

Ekramy responded to the Ivorian forward’s allegations through his Twitter account saying that Coulibaly should have stated his real reasons for leaving the club suddenly and without a notice instead of blaming others.

The goalkeeper blamed the former Tottenham player for degrading Al Ahly’s values calling the 22-year-old player an amateur. The Red Devils’ coach Hossam El-Badry also spoke about the player’s issue assuring that Coulibaly’s absence will not affect the rest of the team.


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