Wednesday 8 September 2021
Tunisian Esperance Club announced that the Algerian midfielder, Abdel Raouf bin Ghaith, terminated his contract with the team individually, to be the second in recent days after Hamdi Al-Naqaz, who ended his relationship with the Bab Souika team.
Esperance said in a statement issued today, Wednesday, on its official Facebook page: “The player Abdel Raouf bin Ghaith informed the club’s management of the termination of his contract unilaterally. He left the team on Monday.”
He continued: “Faced with the arbitrary and illegal nature of this sudden decision, the club’s management decided to resort to the competent structures to defend the rights of the association (the club) against the player and against each team that was found to have incited him to this act.”
Esperance suffered from a financial crisis during the last period, which led to the delay in the salaries of a number of players, and according to Tunisian local sources, Bin Ghaith may not be the last name to accept this measure against the Tunisian league champion.
Bin Ghaith, 25, played for Esperance, starting in 2019 and was able to participate with the team in nearly 100 matches, at the African local level.