The head of the Saudi Entertainment Authority, owner of Spanish football club Almeria Turki Al-Sheikh, hinted that his club did not contract with the current coach of the Egyptian Al-Ahly, Swiss Rene Weiler, denying what was reported in some Egyptian media and social media.

Turki Al-Sheikh said in a post on his account on "Facebook": "We start the rest in the league matches on Sunday, God willing, under the leadership of the able coach Guti, and we do not pay attention to the malicious rumors that aim to distract us from the truth."

Almeria is currently leading the Spanish coach, Gotti Hernandez, who is looking to return the team to first-class clubs, with the return of football in Spain after a long hiatus of three months due to the outbreak of the Coruna virus.

It is noteworthy that a major crisis occurred between Turki Al-Sheikh and the board of the Al-Ahly club, to the extent that the Sheikh submitted an official communication to the public prosecutor in Egypt against members of the Al-Ahly club, in addition to his demand for Mahmoud Al-Khatib's council to return the money and personal gifts he had given them in the past period that was He holds the title of Honorary President of Al-Ahly.

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