The Egyptian player Mohamed El-Nini, in his first appearance and presence in Turkey after suffering more than embarrassing situation and became the talk of the international press not because of his efficiency as a player coming from Arsenal but because of a number of problems that the player found himself in only 20 days, as the player was exposed during this Period to more than one problem including his involvement in the incident of harassment and other things.
The Turkish newspaper, revealed details of the incident involving the harassment of the Egyptian national team player, similar to those associated with his teammate Pharaohs, Amr Warda, a few months ago, and the newspaper "Fanatic" daily that the model named, Pirin Gweni, published a picture of harassment messages sent from Lenni, who joined Turkish Besiktas weeks ago, is on loan from Arsenal.
Jouini said on her Instagram account that she is being harassed by the players, pointing out that El Nene was not the first or last player to do so, asking them to stop harassing her.
He then suffered another embarrassing situation in front of fans of his new club Besiktas, in his first official appearance, losing Besiktas to Gaziantep Sport 3-2 in the fourth round of the Turkish league, and Mohammed Al-Nini made his first appearance in his first match with Besiktas after joining In the final 75 days of the summer transfer market, in the 75th minute Al-Neni clashed with Gaziantep's Olarenago Kayudi before the referee decided to expel the duo.
On Wednesday, the player faced a disciplinary investigation in Turkey, after assaulting the opponent in his first match with his new team Besiktas, a few days ago, and the Turkish Football Federation announced on Tuesday, referring Alnini to the investigation of the Disciplinary Council, after being sent off in his last game, after kicking For the opposing player, under Article 43 of the Contest Regulations.
The Turkish Football Federation said in a statement on its official website that Mohammed Al-Nini had a "forbidden" behavior in the game, which requires referral to the Disciplinary Board, and is expected to impose additional penalties, apart from the traditional suspension penalty imposed on any player expelled.