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Press sources reported that the former Algerian coach of the Ramtha football team, Murad Rahmouni, demanded that the “Al-Ghazlan” management work to pay the remaining financial dues to him, which amount to 20 thousand euros, or face the danger of the decisions of the International Federation “FIFA”, which may reach face downside risk.
Rahmouni sent a message to Al-Ramtha Club, informing them that the date for paying the 20,000 euros was long overdue. Where the amount was supposed to be paid on the 23rd of the last month, without that happening, and thus confirming the need to pay as soon as possible or facing the consequences of non-payment.
Rahmouni's agent also made contact with Al-Ramtha Club, to put them in a picture of his client's demands.
Rahmouni previously supervised the training of the Ramtha team for a short period in mid-2018, before leaving quickly.
Al-Ramtha club is currently suffering from the penalty of preventing registration, due to previous complaints, which prompted the administration to search for settlements with players and coaches, and this costs the club large sums of money that exceed its capabilities.