After scoring the goal of eliminating Qatar in the Arab Cup A Qatari club terminates the contract of Algerian Blaili After scoring the goal of eliminating Qatar in the Arab Cup A Qatari club terminates the contract of Algerian Blaili

After scoring the goal of eliminating Qatar in the Arab Cup A Qatari club terminates the contract of Algerian Blaili

After scoring the goal of eliminating Qatar in the Arab Cup A Qatari club terminates the contract of Algerian Blaili  After scoring the goal of Algeria's dramatic victory over Qatar in the Arab Cup semi-finals, Qatar Club announced its consensual abandonment of its Algerian star Youssef Belaili.  Qatar club announced its consensual abandonment of its Algerian star Youssef Belaili, a day after he scored the winning goal for his country against host Qatar in the Arab Cup semi-final.  Qatar Club wrote on its official website: "The Qatar Sports Club management agreed with Algerian professional Youssef Belaili to terminate the contract by mutual consent, and the procedures took place after consultations between the player and the club. The club's management wished the player all success in his next career."  Belaili scored the dramatic victory for Algeria on Wednesday, over Qatar (2-1) in the 17th minute of the added time instead of lost at Al Thumama Stadium, following up on a penalty kick that was blocked by the goalkeeper.  Belaili, 29, stole the spotlight in the Arab Cup, where Algeria is competing in a lack of a large number of its main players, led by Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City player.  In the last match against Qatar, Blaili was chosen as the best player in the match, and he scored a goal in the quarter-finals from about forty meters against Morocco.  Algeria will play the Arab Cup final on Saturday, against Tunisia at Al Bayt Stadium. The Algerian newspaper, "Al-Shorouk", quoted Hafeez, the father and business manager of the player, whose contract with Qatar Club runs until next June, that he "plans to transfer Balayli to a major European club before the start of the African Nations Cup finals on January 9."  In turn, Blaili wrote on his Instagram account, "Thank you very much to Qatar Club for the moments I spent by your side, and a big thank you to the fans and the management. I am now a free player."  Blaili was close to putting an end to his career after he was arrested in 2015 for two years for using cocaine, which led to the termination of his contract with the Al-Ittihad club, Algiers, after attempts by his lawyer to prove that cocaine was put in his water pipe without his knowledge.

After scoring the goal of eliminating Qatar in the Arab Cup A Qatari club terminates the contract of Algerian Blaili


After scoring the goal of Algeria's dramatic victory over Qatar in the Arab Cup semi-finals, Qatar Club announced its consensual abandonment of its Algerian star Youssef Belaili.

Qatar club announced its consensual abandonment of its Algerian star Youssef Belaili, a day after he scored the winning goal for his country against host Qatar in the Arab Cup semi-final.

Qatar Club wrote on its official website: "The Qatar Sports Club management agreed with Algerian professional Youssef Belaili to terminate the contract by mutual consent, and the procedures took place after consultations between the player and the club. The club's management wished the player all success in his next career."

Belaili scored the dramatic victory for Algeria on Wednesday, over Qatar (2-1) in the 17th minute of the added time instead of lost at Al Thumama Stadium, following up on a penalty kick that was blocked by the goalkeeper.

Belaili, 29, stole the spotlight in the Arab Cup, where Algeria is competing in a lack of a large number of its main players, led by Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City player.

In the last match against Qatar, Blaili was chosen as the best player in the match, and he scored a goal in the quarter-finals from about forty meters against Morocco.

Algeria will play the Arab Cup final on Saturday, against Tunisia at Al Bayt Stadium.
The Algerian newspaper, "Al-Shorouk", quoted Hafeez, the father and business manager of the player, whose contract with Qatar Club runs until next June, that he "plans to transfer Balayli to a major European club before the start of the African Nations Cup finals on January 9."

In turn, Blaili wrote on his Instagram account, "Thank you very much to Qatar Club for the moments I spent by your side, and a big thank you to the fans and the management. I am now a free player."

Blaili was close to putting an end to his career after he was arrested in 2015 for two years for using cocaine, which led to the termination of his contract with the Al-Ittihad club, Algiers, after attempts by his lawyer to prove that cocaine was put in his water pipe without his knowledge.

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