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Former Morocco goalkeeper goes poor, puts his gloves for sale

Former goalkeeper has stated that he put up his playing gloves for sale after becoming unemployed and going poor.

The Committee of Ethics in the Royal Moroccan Football Federation had decided to ban Iraki for three years over match fixing charges during his time at Moroccan club SCC Mohammédia.

The goalkeeper took to Facebook to announce that he is setting his gloves up for sale as he is currently unemployed

للبيع مع خالص احترامي وتقديري خوكم بدون عمل

Posted by Iraki Abdellatif on Sunday, 11 November 2018

“I am going through tough conditions with my family. I became unemployed overnight and my economical problems forced me to sell my gloves,” Iraki told Al Jarida 24 newspaper.

“I asked for help from the FRMF president but his recent commitments prevented me from meeting him.”

Iraki was Morocco’s goalkeeper in the 1990s during the era of late French manager Henri Michel.

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