“Before” reveals the truth .. “Morocco” claims to liberate “victory” from the goal of “Hamad”.

Foreign-speaking Moroccan newspapers say the Al-Nasser administration is considering expelling Moroccan striker Abdel Razak from Hamdallah.

Those newspapers attributed their speech to the tweets of one of the players’ agents, who were concerned about the player’s exit, only in sympathy for the decline in his score level and the late victory in the tournament table.

Evidence related to the “before” revealed that the Moroccan player’s departure was not mentioned by anyone in the club and that the player continued to sign.

The media, Turkey al-Ajma, had previously released satellite reports in which he pointed to leaks about the possibility of selling the player’s contract.

Abdulaziz Baghlaf, a member of al-Nasr al-Tahafi’s library, announced in a tweet that the player would last and that there was no truth in his grandmother’s words about it.


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“Before” reveals the truth .. “Morocco” claims to liberate “victory” from the goal of “Hamdallah”.


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Foreign-speaking Moroccan newspapers say the Al-Nasser administration is considering expelling Moroccan striker Abdel Razak from Hamdallah.

Those newspapers attributed their speech to the tweets of one of the players’ agents, who were concerned about the player’s exit, only in sympathy for the decline in his score level and the late victory in the tournament table.

Evidence related to the “before” revealed that the Moroccan player’s departure was not mentioned by anyone in the club and that the player continued to sign.

The media, Turkey al-Ajma, had previously released satellite reports in which he pointed to leaks about the possibility of selling the player’s contract.

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Abdulaziz Baghlaf, a member of al-Nasr al-Tahafi’s library, announced in a tweet that the player would last and that there was no truth in his grandmother’s words about it.

04 January 2021 – 20 Jumada I 1442

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Foreign-speaking Moroccan newspapers say the Al-Nasser administration is considering expelling Moroccan striker Abdel Razak from Hamdallah.

Those newspapers attributed their speech to the tweets of one of the players’ agents, who were concerned about the player’s exit, only in sympathy for the decline in his score level and the late victory in the tournament table.

Evidence related to the “before” revealed that the Moroccan player’s departure was not mentioned by anyone in the club and that the player continued to sign.

The media, Turkey al-Ajma, had previously released satellite reports in which he pointed to leaks about the possibility of selling the player’s contract.

Abdulaziz Baghlaf, a member of al-Nasr al-Tahafi’s library, announced in a tweet that the player would last and that there was no truth in his grandmother’s words about it.

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