Al-Ahly are going through tough days as a result of a slump in results, the latest of which was a goalless draw with Al-Shabaab, and talks about the future of its coach Matthias Zeiss and foreign players. His co-star Riyad Mahrez made matters worse with a provocative tweet on stage X and a strange trip to Abu Dhabi.
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Al-Ahly lead Al-Hilal by 11 points and are at risk of further slippage if the negative results continue. Despite the fans’ sadness and anger at the two-point loss to Al-Shabaab, Mahrez seems happy with a win. Draw the point.
The player posted a tweet but the comments were closed.
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Some justified Mahrez’s tweet by saying that he was not the one managing his social media accounts, but rather one of the specialized agencies that posted it, while others believed the player was responsible for downplaying what happened and the feelings of his fans.
Interestingly, the matter didn’t stop with that tweet, but the player posted photos from his presence at the Formula One race in Abu Dhabi, where he went today following the event.
The trip, which was described as strange and provocative by many Al-Ahly players, was a new cause of discontent among fans, especially since the atmosphere of the team could never tolerate the travel of its stars and their attention to their own affairs. Defending the player, he justified what he did, saying it was a day off from training and he had the right to spend it however he wanted.
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