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Tunisian report: Pyramids tempts Chabani to train the team after leaving Esperance

Tunisian press reports revealed today, Sunday, the fate of Mouin Chaabani, coach of the Tunisian Esperance team, after his team bid farewell to the African Champions League competitions, and indicated that he had received an offer to train the Pyramids club.

According to the "Digital Tunisia" newspaper, the matter of Moein Chaabani's departure from Esperance has become realistic, especially after the team bid farewell yesterday to the African Champions League.

The Tunisian newspaper added, "It is expected that Al-Shaabani will move to train the Pyramids Club, which made an attractive official offer in order to contract him to lead the blue team."

Al-Ahly qualified for the final of the African Champions League at the expense of Tunisia’s Esperance, with a score of 4 clean goals, with a total of both legs.

While Tunisian press reports revealed, today, Sunday, that Moein Al-Shaabani is a strong candidate to leave the blood and gold team, after his days are numbered, after his defeat by Al-Ahly by a clean four back and forth in the African Champions League semi-finals and his exclusion from the tournament in a humiliating manner.

The Football Tunisia website, to compensate Shaabani, titled 3 coaches strongly nominated to coach Esperance in the new season, and added, Moein Shaabani's days at the head of the technical leadership of Esperance are numbered.

The website nominated coach Nabil Maaloul at the top of the list of candidates for the next season, after he terminated his contract with the Syrian national team for not receiving his dues, after Maaloul led Esperance in 2010 to win the league, cup and Champions League treble.

He also nominated Radhi Jaidi, and said that it is a popular demand for the Esperance fans, especially after he had a training experience with Southampton U-23, Belgian Circle and Hatford Athletic of America.

The third nomination was the coach of Saad Chebbi, who entered the accounts of Esperance after leading the Monastir Union to win the first title when he beat Esperance in the Tunisian Cup, and achieved great results with Raja since his training, where he led him in 17 games, achieving 11 wins, 4 draws and two defeats.

While Mosaique FM radio titled, Moein Al-Shaabani hints at the possibility of him leaving Esperance, and added, Al-Shaabani said: "I gave the maximum possible to Esperance .. I will not stay for life in Esperance, this is the year of life."