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Ibrahim Said: David Moyes a dictator

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has reflected back on his time at English Premier League outfit with David Moyes and how it went in England.

Ibrahim Said started off by talking about his personality. “He is a tough manager, he’s not the type of manager that you would sit and talk with.” He stayed in Everton for a very short time in 2003 in which he didn’t play any competitive match.

“The weird thing that Moyes was the one who asked for me, he’s the one who discovered me as a player. He went to the Everton board and told them I want Ibrahim Said” revealed Said when talking with Mido.

Mido went on to ask him how his attitude changed after being benched for five consecutive matches without any minutes off the bench. “I didn’t give up or get bored at all, my attitude never changed in training. I was going to play the match against Liverpool as a starter but then I dyed my hair red and I didn’t play.” said the Egyptian center back.

“Suddenly Moyes sent me to the B team to train and play matches with them, I put in some great displays but I still didn’t get my chance in the first team. When I got fed up I asked him why I’m not playing and he told me that he’s preparing me for next season.” continued Said.

“Moyes had many problems not just with me but with other players, even Rooney. He is a dictator and doesn’t know how to win the players,” Said concluded.



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