Tunisian Anis Boujelban, a former Al-Ahly and Sfaxian player, confirmed that he does not currently see any player in the Tunisian league capable of succeeding in the ranks of Al-Ahly. Anis Boujelban said during an interview with the “Al-Ain Sports” website, “Playing in Al-Ahly is not an easy thing at the present time, there is no player from the Tunisian league capable of proving his presence with Al-Ahly, and I am not seeking to reduce the value of Tunisian players, but I do not see any player.” Able to provide the same addition that Ali Maaloul offers to Al Ahly.
And about working in Al-Ahly, Boujelban said, offers are provided by Al-Ahly club management, but they were not related to the technical side, and I think that I would be able to make an addition to the club if I had the opportunity to work in a technical apparatus more than any other position.
Anis Boujelban remains one of the stars who passed through Tunisian football throughout its history, and managed to dig a distinguished career, especially at the club level, most notably with Sfaxien, who led him to the coronation of several local titles, and reached the final of the African Champions League in 2006..
He also had a distinguished professional experience with Al-Ahly of Egypt, which witnessed many achievements, most notably the coronation with him in the African Super Cup in 2007, and the African Champions League in 2008..
Boujelban played a short, unfinished experience with the Emirati team, Khorfakkan, before concluding his career as a player with the Tunisian African Club, and then heading to the field of training..
His last training experience was as an assistant coach for Sfaxien, which ended recently after he apologized for not completing the task after the end of the team’s season, losing the Tunisian Super Cup to Esperance by penalty kicks, and leaving the semi-finals of the Cup in front of Al-Ittihad Al-Monastir by losing one goal without reply.