The former Zamalek player, Ahmed Hossam Mido, posted a set of tweets on his personal account on "Twitter", expressing his opinion on the Al-Ahly crisis with the head of the Saudi Entertainment Authority, Turki Al-Sheikh, who did justice to the latter.

Mido said on Twitter: “With football stopped in the whole world, problems stopped, except for our world (fond of along) !! And it all hit. "

"The problems that occurred are self-evident, because Al-Ahly is used to saying that those who spend are not talking, and this is contrary to the nature of Turki Al-Sheikh," Mido added.

"Al-Sheikh is a leading figure and he wants Al-Ahly to show his role in anything he does for the club, and this is his right."

"Anything floating and not based on agreement from the beginning, in the end it will spoil, the shape will be bad and cause problems," Mido revealed.

He stressed, "This is the basis of the problem. Al-Ahly has worked with the principle of spending, and we will do for you what you want. Al-Ahly is your home. After that, you should not speak. We are in Al-Ahly, that does not happen with us."

"The moderate ahlids know that what I say is true and I swear that if the same was true in Zamalek I would have said it."

"Certainly, if Mahmoud Taher, the head of Al-Ahly, would not have happened, this would not diminish my love for Mahmoud Al-Khatib and my great pride in him as a player and a very respectable person."

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