Al Ahly striker Mahmoud Kahraba has opened up about the issue he had with coach Pitso Mosimane following the club’s Caf Champions League triumph.
In an interview on Al Ahly TV channel, Kahraba revealed what caused his one-month suspension while also discussing his dreams with the team now that they won their 10th Caf Champions League title after beating Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 in the final over the weekend.
“When a player is always among the starting 11 then he is suddenly benched, it’s a very bad feeling at the beginning, sometimes it pushes the player to make mistakes,” said Kahraba.
“This is what happened between me and Pitso, but I learn from my mistakes and now all my focus is on winning the Egyptian Premier League.
“In recent games, I haven’t been a part of the starting squad, but all I can do about it is to give my all during training to find myself a chance.”
The hitman also discussed his dreams with the team. “I am very happy in Al Ahly, I won five titles with the team in a year and a half, including two Caf Champions League gold medals,” he said.
“I dream about winning the Club World Cup with the team, I want to retire in ten years when I am 37 as Al Ahly player, I haven’t done anything for my team, the best is yet to come.”
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By FARPost Reporter