Majdi Abdel Ghani said Al Ahli did not need to support the Football Association after striker striker Wazid Azaro suspended two matches with a decision by the African Football Confederation (CAF) before a match against Esperance at Rades Stadium.
"Al-Ahly is not oppressed to defend him and no one will touch him in Tunisia. I am sure that our brothers in Tunisia will protect him," Abdel Ghani said through the program.
He continued: "If Esperance to injustice in the first game Borg Al Arab, Ahli has long been wronged a lot in the past years."
He repeated the bulldozer: "Ahli does not need the support of the Football Association and indispensable."
"Esperance came to Kef as a result of its officials' feeling of injustice in the first leg."
"What do we do before Esperance's complaint, do we take a proactive measure praising the Algerian government?"
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