Souleymane Coulibaly: I will never return to play in a country like Egypt
The former Al Ahly man left the club in an extremely controversial fashion, and the ongoing legal cases that followed made him one of the most divisive figures in Egyptian football history.
In a recent interview, Coulibaly touched on his time in Egypt and how it has affected both his career and his personal life.
The 24 year old said “Those two years have been tough for me personally and in football, but I am sure the next season is going to be good me because we all learn from our mistakes, and from others who won’t give you the chance and those people who want to see you fail.”
“In football you never know where your chance will come, but I know I can take it, as I’ve learned a lot from those two years. And I will never return to play in a country like Egypt.”
“I am hoping for a good project and a good club to join. I need to enjoy my football again, as I am still young and I’ve been fed up for two years without playing, so next season will be very important for me.”
Coulibaly is now trying to get his career back on track after being released by Partick Thistle, in the same Scottish football system that convinced Al Ahly to sign him in the first place.
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