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Morocco dey rake for Taarabt

Morocco dey rake say midfilda, Adel Taarabt, musto tell dem 'sorry', afta he cuss dia team coachi, sake of say he no gree carri am go Nations Cup.

Dem tok say Taarabt (he dey play hin club futbal for QPR, for England), bin no show respet for dia coachi, Rachid Taoussi, afta hin bin dey send sms for fone wit news pipu for Morocco, as de coachi remove hin name from Nations Cup wey go start nes week.

”Morocco futbal pipu and dia workers wan make de playa rite for ontop paper say him sorry”, na im Morocco futbal federation bin yarn.

Coachi Taoussi bin comot Taarabt name las month. He tok say de guyman bin no gree see am or ansa hin fone, wen him bin go Europe to meet playas.

All de gbege start around October, afta dem bin jus make Taoussi coachi, and he no use Taarabt for de fess match.

Taarabt; even hin club coachi, Harry Redknapp don tok say “hin head no coret”, sabi enta wahala wit coachi dem, waka leave Morocco team for 2011, afta de coachi dat time, Eric Gerets, leave am ontop bench for match wey dem play to take reach South Africa.

Morocco bin come call am back afta he tell dem 'sorry' well well.


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