January 21, 2022

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The Barcelona star disappointed the Moroccan national team fans with his shocking decision

The Barcelona star disappointed the Moroccan national team fans with his shocking decision

The newspaper “Mundo Deportivo”, which is close to Barcelona, ​​reported that Moroccan star Abdel Samad Salsuli, who is growing strongly in the Catalan team, has decided to drop out of representing his country’s national team and therefore refuse to wear the Moroccan shirt. Following the last invitation sent to him by Bosnian “Atlas Lions” coach Wahid Gallocitic, he is expected to feature in the squad for Morocco in the African Cup of Nations to be held in Cameroon next January.

Spanish journalist Gerard Romero tweeted that he had decided to focus more on his team, which is currently infected with the corona virus, and to wait for a call from the Spanish Federation on the “Madador” shirt.

Salzuli was greatly affected by the pressure his club Barcelona put on him, especially as he became one of the key cards for the team’s attack and he began to get the chance to be a key player, but playing for Morocco would make him. I will miss nine matches next January and February.

Zalzouli could repeat a similar situation for many Moroccan players who changed their minds at the last minute, but was able to play with European teams in a very short period of time, the last of whom, former Barcelona star Munir El Hadati, responded to the call. Former Spain coach Del Bosque, but he only actually played for a few minutes, and he did not return to the Moroccan national team, after changing FIFA rules, and by international court decision.

It is noteworthy that Zalzouli hails from the Moroccan city of Beni Mella and emigrated to Spain at a young age, and is of Moroccan and Spanish descent and is considered one of the most promising young names in Barcelona today.

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