Absence of Mahrez: Mohamed El Wadahi criticizes him severely

The announcement of the absence of Riyad Mahrez from the next national team camp and from the two qualifying matches for the CAN TotalEnergies – Côte d’Ivoire 2023 has sparked a lot of reactions. Like that of the Algerian journalist from the Bein Sports television channel, Mohamed El Wadahi.

In a publication posted on his official Tweeter account this Friday, May 27, journalist Mohamed El Wadahi harshly criticized the captain of the Greens, Riyad Mahrez, saying that “the flag was bigger than him”, and adding that “the captain’s armband had his men and his responsibilities,” suggesting that Mahrez is not up to the task.

The journalist didn’t mince words and said that “Mahrez was getting preferential treatment” and that “the fear was about the erosion of the group’s already shaky build”. It should be noted, however, that the journalist took down his tweet today and posted another one.

Indeed, in his second tweet, Mohamed El Wadahi felt that “it was quite possible to avoid all this confusion and uproar” concerning the announcement of the absence of Riyad Mahrez from the next Greens internship.

The journalist went on to say that “the Federation’s communication cell was overwhelmed and periodically repeated more stupid mistakes than the previous ones”. “Keep falling, you are on the right slope”, he wrote again.

Mahrez absent at the Greens internship?

Recall that the Algerian Football Federation (FAF) had officially announced “the absence of the captain of the Greens, Riyad Mahrez, from the next Greens camp and will not take part in the two qualifying matches for the CAN TotalEnergies – Côte d’Ivoire 2023 , June 4, 2022 against Uganda at the July 5, 1962 stadium in Algiers and June 8 against Tanzania in Dar Essalam”.

The FAF statement explained that the Manchester City winger’s absence was due to the unfavorable results provided by his club’s medical report. Indeed, the Manchester City report indicated that Mahrez is not able to participate in the next internship and the next meetings of the national team.

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