Libya’s football team coach departs four days before Nigeria match
The Algerian coach Adel Amrouche has left the training camp of the Libyan team in Tunisia, citing upset at nonpayment of salaries for him and his Algerian assistants as well as mistreatment by Libyan players and Libyan Football Federation of him and the assistants.
Amrouche told reporters Tuesday that he has not received his salary for six months and that he has been regularly mistreated, accusing several players and his Libyan assistant Omer Al-Miryami of bad treatment.
Libya is supposed to play Nigeria as part of the third round of the group five of AFCON 2019 qualifiers on 13th of October.
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