Watch .. the former Al-Ittihad star retreats: I hope to accept my apology!

Watch .. the former Al-Ittihad star retreats: I hope to accept my apology!
Watch .. the former Al-Ittihad star retreats: I hope to accept my apology!
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The former Al-Ittihad club player, Saleh Al-Saqri, apologized to all members of the Federal House, after his recent statements that sparked controversy in the Saudi sports street during the past hours, as he mentioned that some of his former colleagues were evading detection of doping; By claiming injury during team training.

Al-Saqri said in a video clip published by the media, Alaa Saeed, through his personal account on Twitter: “I offer my apologies to the Al-Ittihad Club, I offer my apologies to my colleagues and fellow players and to the great Al-Ittihad fans for what happened to me.” He added: “I was not successful in my statements. I made a mistake, but most people do not make mistakes, and I hope that the fans will accept my apology.”

Al-Saqri’s statements, which ignited the federation’s anger, came during his hosting of the “With Aziz” program on the Saudi “SSC” channel, where he said that almost half of the federation’s players were claiming injury if the doping committee chose them, in order to evade the examination.

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And Saudi press reports stated that the federation’s administration, headed by Anmar Al-Haili, had retracted its complaint against Al-Saqri. After the latter apologized for his statements regarding the escape of some of the former Dean stars from the detection of doping.

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Al-Saqri had started his football career with Al-Tai, before moving to Al-Ittihad and defending his shirt during the period from 1999 to 2012, then he ended his journey with football in Al-Ettifaq Club.

Al-Saqri, 43, played 314 matches for Al-Ittihad in all competitions, scoring 27 goals. At the international level, the former left-back played 54 international matches with the Saudi national team, scoring once.

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