Amara: I apologized for describing Maaloul as “Al-Aragouz”


Mohamed Emara, a former Al-Ahly player, said that he apologized to Tunisian Ali Maaloul, the left back of Al-Ahly, after describing him in one of the statements as “Al-Aragouz”, indicating that he did not intend to offend him

Amara added in statements to Ontime Sports: “I did not mean to belittle Ali Maaloul with the word” Araguz “, who is a great player.”

He continued: “I tried to communicate with Ali Maaloul to apologize for what I did, which was a ballistic word, but he did not answer my call, and I sent him a message after that.”

And the former Al-Ahly player continued: I was a rigid player, and Ali Maaloul or anyone else could not play the main thing while I was present. I sat at Al-Ahly on the bench.

On his opinion of Ramadan Sobhi’s move to Pyramids, Amara explained that the player was not subjected to injustice in Al-Ahly and his departure is his own decision and he bears the result.

He concluded: “Ramadan Subhi lost the Al-Ahly fans, a large number that was shown to him, and I think that he thought about securing his future after seeing many of his teammates in the national team earn a lot of money due to external professionalism.”


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