Kanadi said on the Greek radio “Metropolis 95.5”: “Warda helped us and I am happy to find him the right path. I wanted to join him last summer, but in the end he joined Volos and then returned to Buck.”
“He has faith and he knows it is his last chance, and I am happy for him,” he added.
“He is not a difficult character, he is a special player on and off the field, he is a good character,” he added.
And he continued, “If I give him the right role, he will play, because he has the quality.”
“He can play in any league, as long as he has a clear mind.”
Since returning to PAOK, Warda played 3 matches, including a match against Atromitus, losing 3-2 to his former coach.
Damir Warda had previously coached Atromitos in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons, and Al-Masry scored 13 goals under his leadership and made 9 assists in 42 matches.