Saudi 360 – Hosam Mido, Al Ahada's coaching team, reiterated his statement on the English version of the law to prevent the participation of a player against his former club, provoking widespread controversy over his player Abdel-Ela Al-Amri from Al Nasr.
Al Wahda were beaten 4-0 in the 24th round of Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup in a 4-0 win over Al Nasr.
"My statement on borrowed players is clear and straightforward and should not be clear to those who want to hear it with a clear structure," he wrote on his official account via Twitter.
He added: "As far as amateur fishing is in the cloudy waters and colors, according to their wishes and amateur art of conspiracies, I do not have time to answer you more than I did, we lost one game together as a group and together we will return the victories as a group .
My statement to the players is lent clear and sincere and does not require clarification for those who want to hear the structure of the network. As for amateur fishing in obscure waters and colors, according to their enemies and amateur art plots, I do not have time to answer you more than I did! We lost the match together as a group and together we will return the victories as a group .. https://t.co/CQBE1jYX3X
– Mido (@midoahm) March 17, 2019
The coach of Egypt has already commented on his remarks with the words: "Unfortunately, I took away part of my speech about player Abdul Ilah al-Amri, one of the most important players and always playing with attention and sincerity, but my words were not him, I spoke General".
"I was asked at a press conference for the older player and I said that it is good decision and that the Englishman has passed a law to protect the player from any pressure when he plays against his former club."
He continued: "I spoke at all and, unfortunately, some locations and newspapers missed the statement, but we have no doubts about Omri who gave a strong match against a difficult opponent."
– Dory Plus (@ dawriplususksa) March 16, 2019