Xenia Sports – London
Moroccan club Raja Casablanca lives in a great crisis, especially in light of the refusal of many influential figures to run for the presidency of the club to succeed the resigning president, Jawad Zayat.
Moroccan reports revealed that Al-Mahdi Al-Bulghi, a member of the Board of Directors of Raja Casablanca, will not run for the presidency of the Moroccan club, in the elections that will be held on December 21st.
Jawad Al-Zayat, the current president of Raja, submitted his official resignation from the club’s presidency, rejecting all attempts to reverse his decision, officially announcing the end of his career.
Xenia Sports’ sources indicated that Al-Bulghithi does not intend to run for the presidency of Raja Casablanca Club in the coming period after the era of Jawad Al-Zayat.
The sources indicated that Al-Balghithi informed the members of the Board of Directors of Al-Raja that he would not run for the presidency of the club, indicating that he would not take this step in light of the many crises surrounding the club from the economic point of view due to the absence of financial income and the absence of fans from the stands.
The sources also indicated that Al-Mahdi Al-Balghithi revealed to the Board of Directors of Al-Raja Club that things are very difficult, in light of the lack of clarity of the scene, and the absence of any person with a good program who can run for the presidency of the club, and he will not engage in that adventure.
Raja club had succeeded officially in crowning the Moroccan League championship last season and qualified to the semi-finals of the African Champions League before being eliminated against Zamalek, Egypt.