The president of the Tunisian Club Africain, Youssef El Alami, decided to impose sanctions on the players and the technical staff of the club’s first football team, led by the national coach Montaser El Wahichi, after the team lost to Club Athletic Club Sfaxien 0-3, and its chances of winning the Tunisian Premier League title declined, which is absent. About the team’s coffers since 2015.
Africain suffered a heavy defeat against its host club Sfaxien, 0-3, on Saturday, May 14, at the “Tayeb Mhiri” stadium in Sfax, for the fourth round of the Tunisian League crowning round. With this victory, CS Sfaxien joined CAF in third place with 7 points, behind USM Monastir II with 9 points, and Esperance, which leads with 13 points.
Sources close to the “Bab Al-Jadeed Club” confirmed to “winwin” that the club’s management decided to impose a number of penalties on the first football team; It is represented in imposing financial penalties on the players until the results improve, as well as giving coach Montaser Al-Wuhayshi the last chance on the occasion of facing the next round against Etoile du Sahel. (African Champions League or Confederation Cup) or that the dismissal will be his fate in response to the demands of a large part of the team’s fans.
as well as allowing the departure of several prominent elements that no longer provide the required addition to the team at the end of the current football season; Whether on loan, termination of contract, or through final sale, especially the Algerian trio Ehab Belhousini, Nabil Lamara, Radwan Zardoum and Tunisian striker Ali Al-Omari.
The African is preparing to face the fifth round of the local league against Etoile du Sahel on Wednesday, May 18, at the Olympic stadium “Hammadi Al-Aqrabi” in Brades, with the aim of returning to the path of victories, as he has played 4 matches so far during the coronation stage, during which he succeeded in achieving Victory on one occasion against Ittihad Ben Guerdane (1-0), a draw against Esperance (0-0), and lost against USM Monastir (1-0) and CS Sfaxien (3-0).
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