This is historically false and socially unfair, because Casablanca is this huge ocean on which rivers have flowed from all over Morocco.
It is to do justice to Moroccan football to say that apart from Casablanca, there was, there is and there will be football and this is a real providence, this is the true wealth of national football .
Raja and Wydad designated brand images of our football, would be wrong to indulge in this mirror of vanities polished by zealots. Certainly all eyes are on them, with the wealth that goes with: panels of the sports complex Mohammed V touting the products that want to enjoy the extraordinary visibility of the "Greens" and "Red", countless broadcasts, multiple pages on daily newspapers and weeklies, not to mention the proliferation on social networks and there is talk of millions of "views", all this is enough to capsize more than a head.
However, we must keep our reason.
As rich and well-publicized as they may be, Wydad and Raja will never be stronger than all the football in the Kingdom and those regions that have made history.
Watch out for this reality and balance is one of the first duties of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) which, as its name suggests, must federate and not promote.
What the Raja Wydad last Saturday counting for the Mohammed VI Cup and which was so well magnified on the UAE channels, must be a recognition of all the wealth of national football.
Well done to Casablanca, yes, but pride and praise must go to all the potentialities that have made Moroccan football what it is today. A football that is celebrated everywhere, in Fez, Oujda, Zmamra, El Jadida, Tangier, Tetouan or Laayoune as it was the case, the day before yesterday, Wednesday, on the occasion of the 44th anniversary of the Green March.
Moroccan football with its differences in means and problems of each other, must remain united and united. This requires the recognition of everyone to avoid resentment that feeds a sense of injustice.
What would be the point of two clubs, no matter how prestigious, if they pulled the blanket for themselves? A train is not made to drive without the wagons that justify the presence of locomotives.
The strength of some must benefit the weaknesses of others, otherwise the first will disappear as quickly as others.
That we welcome what happened Saturday at the Sports Complex Mohammed V, but it would be wrong to forget what is happening elsewhere and that, in the longer term, undermine this Moroccan football which last weekend was celebrated throughout the Arab world.