International player Yacine Brahimi called on the Algerian football fans to stop the trade-off between Algeria team’s professionals and local players.
“Those who are tempted to delve into the argument between the locals and the professionals say trivial words”, said Yacine Brahimi.
“Sometimes I feel a sense of provocation when I hear this kind of meaningless speech. We are all playing for Algeria and those who insist on distinguishing between national footballers and internationals should be ashamed of themselves”.
Brahimi seems to be deeply displeased with the comments of satellite TV analysts, led by Ali Bencheikh, who leaves no chance to ignite the flames in the international players, in return for praising their local team mates.
In an interview with the French magazine Onze Mondial on Saturday, the Algerian international said he enjoyed playing for the Portuguese club’s colors and was working hard to honor his contract.
He said he has no influenced manager who chooses the club in which he wishes to play, even though he is not worth playing for it.
Brahimi, 28, is playing with Porto in a 2019 summer contract and is run by an agent of French-African players (Moussa Sissoko).
As for his career with the French team Rennes (2008-2012), the Greens midfielder said he had a conflict with some of the club’s leaders, for reasons that are related to the principles that he did not want to clarify. As he was injured and not given the opportunity, and his cub speed up the implementation of the decision to change the atmosphere.
Brahimi added that his agent proposed to him, in the summer 2012, the Evian French team and Granada, and he chose the Spanish club, asserting that he was received in Granada as a great international player.
The Algerian international became more dazzled by the first match in the Spanish championship against Real Madrid, followed by Barcelona in the third round.
Brahimi denied that he was “selfish” in his tendency to shuffle and technical review, and said he loves creativity and football entertainment, and strive to serve his colleagues, especially in scoring goals.
Brahimi talked about his childhood, and said he had failed to pass the baccalaureate in the science and technology management division, because of football “obsession”.
He expressed his regret for his desire to be professional in this sport, and leaving the school rooms at the end of the secondary stage.