Nigerian Footballer Beats Up Foreign Teammate Over Refusal To Pay Debt Owed Him

Egyptian Premier League Club, Ghazi El Mahallah have suspended Nigeria player, Moses Edu for allegedly beating up a team mate who was indebted to him, reports The Gazelle 

According to an Egyptian journalist, Michy Jnr. on his Twitter handle, the Nigeria striker was suspended due to a misunderstanding he had with Salah Mahmoud, an Egyptian player over a debt issue and he ended beating the Egyptian player blue and black over his refusal to clear the debt.

The Gazelle learnt that Edu had purchase a sneaker for Salah on loan to which the Egyptian player promised to pay back. But the refusal of the Egyptian to pay despite many entreaties to him infuriated the Nigerian and he ended up giving the Egyptian the beatings of his life.

“Egyptian Premier League side Ghazl El Mahallah has suspended their striker Nigeria player, Moses Edu (23) for beating his team-mate Egypt player Salah Mahmoud, who he bought a sneaker from and has refused to pay him,” Michy Jnr said in his tweet.

Moses joined Ghazi El Mahallah from another Egyptian club, El Makkasa this year. Moses signed a contract with Ghazi El Mahallah till 2024.

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