Moawad, Evouna respond to Coulibaly allegations
Al Ahly assistant manager Sayed Moawad and former player Malick Evouna have backed Al Ahly after Souleymane Coulibaly’s serious allegations about the club.
Moawad expressed his disgust at the statement, claiming the Ivorian showed no signs of discontent prior to his abrupt departure.
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“I ran the sessions for the entire team and everything Coulibaly mentioned is untrue,” he said, in an interview with Radio Hits.
“He should’ve been smarter when picking an excuse; hundreds of players have played for Al Ahly and other Egyptian clubs, and not one mentioned these conditions. Picking anything but oppression could’ve got him out of trouble with FIFA, but he’s not bright enough.”
Ex-striker Malick Evouna defended the Egyptian side in an Instagram post he posted on Monday. The Gabonese insisted that Egypt is a beautiful country, and that he was treated in a respectful manner during his stay.
“I had a great experience in Egypt and with Al Ahly club especially with the fans. Don’t believe anything negative about Egypt or Al Ahly club,” he posted.
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