Officials of the Tunisian Esperance sports team denied the existence of crises and a state of rebellion among its players and their refusal to train due to the late dues before facing the match. Al-Ahly In the semi-finals of the African Champions League, where Al-Ahly is preparing to play its match against Tunisian Esperance on June 19 and 26, in the semi-finals of the African Champions League.
And the official page of the Tunisian Esperance sports team on Facebook published pictures of the team’s training, during which he indirectly responded to rumors of a number of players submitting complaints against Esperance to demand their financial dues and the termination of their contracts..
In the pictures, the quintet, Fadi bin Shawq, Hamdo Al-Huni, Abdel Raouf bin Ghaith, Abdel Rahman Meziane and Mohamed Amin Togay, appeared during the exercises, pointing to the Tunisian Esperance sports logo in denial of all rumors..
According to the “Digital Tunisia” newspaper, there are 5 players from Esperance Sportive who formally filed a complaint with the Disputes Committee of the Tunisian Football Federation, to demand their dues or the termination of the contract..
The newspaper pointed out that the five players are “Fadi Benchouk, the Algerian trio, Mohamed Amin Togay, Abdel Raouf Ben Ghaith, Abdel Rahman Meziane, in addition to Libyan Hamdo El Houni, stressing that the player Maher Balsaghir also refused to train with the group since the end of the team’s match against the Algerian youth of Belouizdad.” In protest of his non-participation in previous matches, in addition to that he will officially leave the team after the end of his contract on June 30..
وستعدّ Tunisian Esperance To play the penultimate stop in the African Champions League campaign by facing Al-Ahly Club of Egypt back and forth to snatch the ticket to qualify for the final meeting that will be played in Morocco and in a single and decisive confrontation.