By Dar Al-Naeem Abdin
Football Writer, kick442.com-Sudan
The management of the Sudanese Al Merreikh Club decided, on Saturday, to dismiss the 33-year-old Tunisian coach Amin El-Muslimi.
Kick442.com understands this comes after the coach’s his voicenote to a Moroccan business agent, Anas Mardi leaked.
The coach talked about his ill-treatment at the club by president Adam
Al-Soudakal and discribed the president as a fraud.
According to Al-Muslimi the club’s president dealt with him in a way that was not appropriate and not representative of club football in Sudan. He further revealed that the president broke his promises with him and didn’t pay his salary of three thousand dollars as agreed before he came to Sudan.
He further stated the president owe him a thousand dollars and pressured him to confirm he has received a four-month salary he didn’t receive.
The details in the audio didn’t go down well with followers of the club.
The coach has posted a video on his Facebook page apologizing, explaining his good relationship with the Al Merreikh Board and stating that the audio was done in exceptional and severe conditions, under the circumstance under pressure.
The Sudanese Club contracted the Tunisian coach last February 18th, and his assistant, the German (German) Moyer for a year as the technical supervisor of the first team after the dismissal of the Sudanese coach, Jamal Abu Anja.
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