The management of the Tunisian Sports Club, Esperance, rejected all the public demands to dismiss the coach of the first football team, Mouin Chaabani, from his post, after losing Sfaxien with two clean goals, in the Tunisian Football League Championship.
Mouin Chaabani has confidence from the Esperance administration, headed by Hamdi Al-Madab, as well as Riad Banour, director of the club’s football branch, who adhere to keeping him at the head of the team’s technical management.
The loss of Esperance to Sfaxien left negative impacts and widespread anger among the fans belonging to the “Bab Souika” team, especially in light of the poor response and the poor level provided by the team in that match.
The Esperance fans demanded the club’s management to quickly dismiss Chaabani from his post, in light of his unsuccessful choices, and the remarkable decline in the team’s performance in the last period, in addition to the marginalization of many players such as Fadi Bin Shawq, despite his brilliance in front of Al-Rajish, and he scored a goal in that match, but He was excluded from the Sfaxien match.
The demands of Esperance fans have multiplied that the team should be strengthened, especially since the winter transfer market in Tunisia will open its doors on January 25, and the last date for registration in the African list will be on the 31st of the same month, but the matter represents a major obstacle to the current club management.
Eight Tunisian clubs have recently changed coaches, although only 8 rounds of the Tunisian League have passed, and the number is likely to increase in the next rounds, in light of the pressures faced by Mouin Chaabani, who has been leading Esperance since 2018 despite the great successes he has achieved In recent seasons.