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Ibrahim Fayek: Ahli needs a technical manager and strong support in January make the difference

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Ibrahim Fayek: Ahli needs a technical manager and strong supports in January make the difference from the site of dawn, on Saturday, 10 November 2018.

Commentary Ibrahim Faik commented on the success of Esperance in the African Champions League this year, after winning the victory over Al Ahly three clean.

Fayek said through his personal page on the social networking site Twitter: "Hardalk for the Ahli and the masses .. Championship asking about the loss of Carton first to form a wrong from the beginning and in a way played Tamosh identity and bad reading and late substitutions .. Second Ahli players all without exception .. The Tunisian Union through the Kaff to exert strange pressure on Al-Ahli and leave him without support. "

"Finally, congratulations to Al-Turgi, his fans and his players. Without a doubt, he deserved to win. Al-Ahly needs a manager and strong support in January will make the difference."

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Source: Dawn

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