Abde Ezzalzouli chose La Roja to play there

Luis Enrique, Spain manager, has revealed Abde Ezzalzouli’s final choice. This is the Spanish selection. According to the magazine Le Onze, the young talent of FC Barcelona at the heart of a battle between La Roja and Morocco, has decided to wear the colors of La Roja, as confirmed by the Spanish technician coach of the national team of ‘Spain.

Abde had finally given up participating in the CAN with the Atlas Lions when Vahid Halilhodzic had summoned him. An attitude that had not at all liked on the Moroccan side. On the other hand, on the other hand, the Spanish coach Luis Enrique, by confirming the decision of the native of Béni Mellal, who opted for La Roja has never ceased to rejoice:  » Abde is an option to come to the national team. He chose to play for Spain and is eligible. He did very well during the minutes he was in La Liga He said for Vamos. A choice that risks not ceasing to fuel the debates …

We remember that at Christmas Abde Ezzalzouli changed his biography, presenting himself as a player for FC Barcelona and the Moroccan national team. This choice had cooled the Spanish Federation, which had struggled to convince the 20-year-old player to join the ranks of La Roja.

It is not the first time that the player born in Beni Mellal has been called upon to represent one of the categories of the Moroccan national football team and it is not the first time that he has failed in the Moroccan national team.

He had been called up with the Under-20 Cubs in a friendly match against Tunisia, but he had not joined them. Hopefully he is not sidelined as was Mounir Haddadi, summoned once in the Spanish selection and then forgotten. He had to resort to FIFA to be able to find the Lions.

Moroccan « binational » players are regularly subject to pressure by European football federations to represent their teams and few are able to win. Unfortunately for them, plan B is no longer required as soon as they have consumed the adoption swimsuit and have been used as a kleenex. Good wind all the same in Abde wherever he plays.

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