Tunisian reports revealed, today, Monday, that some players from the Esperance sports team rebelled before facing Al-Ahly in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, as Al-Ahly is preparing to play its match against Tunisian Esperance on June 19 and 26, in the semi-finals of the African Champions League..
According to the “Digital Tunisia” newspaper, there are 5 players from Esperance Sportive who formally filed a complaint with the Disputes Committee of the Tunisian Football Federation to demand their dues or the termination of the contract..
The newspaper pointed out that the five players are “Fadi Benchouk, the Algerian trio, Mohamed Amin Togay, Abdel Raouf Ben Ghaith, Abdel Rahman Meziane, in addition to Libyan Hamdo Al-Huni, stressing that the player Maher Balsaghir also refused to train with the group since the end of the team’s match against the Algerian youth of Belouizdad.” In protest of his non-participation in previous matches, in addition to that he will officially leave the team after the end of his contract on June 30..
وستعدّ Tunisian Esperance To play the penultimate stop in the African Champions League journey by facing the Egyptian Al-Ahly Club back and forth to snatch the ticket to qualify for the final meeting that will be played in Morocco and in a single and decisive confrontation
And Tunisian Esperance issued an official statement on its official website, in which it clarified the demands of its fans from the club’s management to seek with all seriousness the relevant authorities, from the ministries of interior and health, to obtain approval for the attendance of a reasonable number of Esperance fans in the last meeting taking place in Tunisia, which is the semi-final first leg meeting against Al-Ahly of Egypt. And that is on June 19 at the Rades Stadium.
The statement said the Tunisian Esperance fans demand their right to encourage their team, even if a small number, in order to provide all means of success and excellence for the only representative of Tunisia at the sporting level. It also confirms that the Egyptian authorities will allow a small number of Al-Ahly fans to attend the return match, so the Tunisian authorities must Allowing the public to attend in light of the licenses for many other social and militant gatherings.