Brown explains reasons for bid farewell to Asian Championship and his fate with Al Hilal


The leader let the tournament with only two points without achieving any victory Zahira Adel Facebook Twitter Juan Braun, coach of Al Hilal Saudi Arabia’s first team, said his team’s loss to Iran’s independence on Monday at the end of the AFC Champions League group rounds was unfair, saying the leader deserved to win.
The Asian champions were given a two-point lead by the Asian Championship, with no victory in the current edition of the tournament, despite their arrival at the end of last year. Brown said during a press conference: “We conceded a goal against the course of the meeting, which we controlled completely, but the players did not succeed in exploiting the opportunities that were made available to them. Related Materials “We let the championship, which is very stored, but we went through difficult conditions and hit many of the main pillars of the team such as Eduardo, Omar Khirbin and Nawaf Al-Abed, which affected the performance.”
The Argentine went on to talk about his fate with Al Hilal, especially as his contract was over. “Confronting independence was my last match with the team. I will have a meeting with Sami Al Jaber, the president of the new club, and I will decide whether I will continue with him.
“I would like to extend my thanks to the audience of the leader, who has had many happy moments with the Olympic team or the first team, I was very happy for this period.”
Al Hilal had been crowned champion of the Saudi league for the second time in a row and the 28th in its history after the top of the standings, just one point away from Ahli of second place.


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