Tunisia - 'Hamdi Harbaoui Opened Fire On Sami Trabelsi'

Not even a week after the elimination of the National Team, Hamdi Harbaoui opened fire on the coach Sami Trabelsi calling it a" catastrophe "on Shems FM waves. He began his declaration: "I am crazy now, what I experienced was a nightmare. I regret having participated in this AFCON". Says the player with a lot of regret.

Lokeren striker continued:" The level of the national team is very small in the image of its coach. At the tactical level, it is a disaster. He can not even write in the table when trying to explain his tactics to the players and its location on the ground. "We no instructions. before confiding: "I will not give names, but several players are catastrophic and can not compete at this level. Play against Côte d'Ivoire, while you sleep at four in the morning, without talking about what is happening in the rooms, this is a disaster. "

" The conditions are not good. The medical staff is zero. The trainings are catastrophic, There is no discipline. The national team is like a neighborhood team. " He raised.

he also spoke about Tunisian mentality, "they needs to change and that the national team should be led by a stranger": "We must change the mindset and take a coach abroad. Tunisian coaches are not ready, they have no experience and are not competitive. Some are aggressive as Ben Yahia and Benzarti. Others are soft as Trabelsi. "

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