Zamalek club officials took the step to raise the name of the former Tunisian Hamdi El-Nagaz, in order to make way for the registration of the Congolese striker Kabongo Kasongo, who is returning from an unsuccessful professional journey in the ranks of Moroccan Wydad.
Al-Naqaz left Zamalek under the pretext of not obtaining his financial dues for 4 months, at a time when White Castle officials confirmed that the player received 50% of his financial dues, including the January payment.
Super Koura continued with Nasruddin Azzam, the international lecturer in FIFA, to learn the latest developments in the crisis of Hamdi Al-Naqaz.
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Tunisian Hamdi Al-Naqaz, the right back of Zamalek, revealed his travel to Tunisia during the recent period, where he is currently studying a number of offers submitted to him to move to one of the clubs where he is waiting for the result of his complaint against Zamalek in the FIFA, saying that he closed a page The White Castle is currently looking to move to an external club after studying all the offers it received during the last period.
Zamalek is preparing during the current period to compete against El-Gouna, on the coastal club stadium, scheduled to be held at five in the evening today, Wednesday, within the thirteenth round of the Premier League competition, where Al-Abyad occupies the third place in the table of the competition arrangement, with 21 points, after running 11 A match, during which they won 6 games, drew in 3 confrontations and were defeated in two games, while its players scored 15 goals and received 9 goals.
Zamalek seeks to complete its victories in the Premier League competition, after achieving victory over Aswan and Tanta in the eleventh and twelfth rounds in the league, respectively, then victory over Zambian ZESCO United, in the fourth round of the group stage competitions in the African Champions League with two goals without response, to occupy the white Zamalek ranks second in the Group A tournament in the African Champions League with 7 points, to come close to qualifying for the quarter-finals, while Congolese Mazembe tops the standings with 10 points, while the first of the Angolan August and Zambian ZESCO United have two points, to occupy the two places Third and fourth respectively.