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Former Killie Striker Souleymane Coulibaly Flees Egypt Alleging Human Rights Violation

Former Killie Striker Souleymane Coulibaly Flees Egypt Alleging Human Rights Violation

It looks like former Kilmarnock striker Souleymane Coulibaly is looking for a new club tonight after leaving Egypt alleging his human rights had been violated.

The 22-year-old was one of the Ayrshire club’s standout players throughout the first-half of last season, scoring several spectacular goals – including an absolute screamer at Celtic Park.

He was sold by Killie to Egyptian giants Al Ahly for £1 million during the January transfer window, but it looks like he could be heading for pastures new once again.

He posted a statement to his personal Twitter account on Sunday explaining why he’d departed Al Ahly and documented some pretty traumatising experiences:

So, he might have bigger fish to fry in the short-term, but if FIFA sign off on it, could Coulibaly be heading back to Rugby Park? Or elsewhere in the Scottish Premiership?

What do you think of the situation?

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