Azarou denies fall out with Weiler, confirms he is staying at Al Ahly

Azarou denies fall out with Weiler, confirms he is staying at Al Ahly
Azarou denies fall out with Weiler, confirms he is staying at Al Ahly

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly forward Walid Azarou has refuted allegations that he has a conflict with the Red Devils’ technical staff and Rene Weiler, claiming that the rumors are only fueled by the media.

Azarou played his part in Al Ahly’s victory over Wadi Degla on Wednesday, scoring the second goal for the Red Devils after coming on in the second half.

The 24-year-old striker has expressed his anger from not participating in Al Ahly’s latest CAF Champions League fixture against Al Hilal by throwing the warm up bib on the ground, which generated rumors about his relationship with the Swiss manager.

“It is normal that I aim to play like any player. They said that I am angry and that I stirred problems but the director of football, Sayed Abdel-Hafiz, said the truth and put an end to the matter,” Azarou told ON Sport.

“Rumors and speculation is fueled by you [the media] and not by us. I am at Al Ahly and my contract is running.”

“We will put Wadi Degla game behind us and concentrate on the next game only. Each manager has his own decisions and views but also any player would like to play.”

“We aim to decide things early and to win all titles.”

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