Libyan top football coach terminated dictator Muammar Gaddafi allegiance and have joined the rebels in the African desert country.
Tripoli (SID) - Libyan top football coach terminated dictator Muammar Gaddafi allegiance and have joined the rebels in the African desert country. The Group of 17 known players and coach and led by goaltender Juma Gtat coach Abdel Ben Issa Al-Ahly Tripoli. Due to its popularity, the athletes have issued according to the Transitional Council, the side administration of the insurgents in Benghasi, following the announcement of their detachment from the Gaddafi regime and confirming their reasons for the desertion to Mali.
"Gaddafi has done nothing for Libya." There are no health, no functioning infrastructure - and all due to bad leadership, we have had over the past 42 years. "I myself have said Gaddafi that he should let the people in our country to benefit from a new and free Libya, but nothing has changed," said Gtat.
Ben Issa stressed that the group their deposition abroad understood wants to see as a symbol, that "Libya will be United and free". The coach went on: "I hope that I wake up one morning and Gaddafi has disappeared."