The dispute in Tunisian football has led to protest which ham hindered the flow of business in Tunisia.
Allies of the neighborhood football club consumed tires and obstructed streets fighting its prohibition from the public class by Tunisia’s football league.
“We are against the unfairness in our club and against the provocation with respect to the (Tunisian) Football Federation,” said Sadok Khennasa, an individual from the allies panel of the CS Chebba football club.
The club’s fans assert that their group was unjustifiably endorsed for restricting Wadie Jary, the head of Tunisian football who needs to become CAF president.
It is left to be seen the outcome of these dispute that has led to protest in the street amongst Tunisians. The elections of CAF Presidency is scheduled for 2021 in Rabat