Video- My family, my family … Tamer Ashour sings for the grooms of Zamalek, the former technical director

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Nihal Nasser In the news, celebrity life

Posted Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 – 22:22 | Last update: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 – 22:22

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        Singer Tamer Ashour revealed a meeting he had with the Swiss Christian Gross, former coach of Zamalek.<p><a href="https://www.filfan.com/news/details/111553" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">In a video with his wife, Mohamed Ramadan, he promotes the song Every Day<br/></a>

Ashour posted on his Twitter account a video of him playing the piano while Grosse stood next to him listening to him.

Groes seemed to be enjoying what Ashour played, until he repeated the word “my family” so Grose would laugh and ask him to stop.

Commenting on the video, Tamer Ashour wrote, “Mister,” Grose, “So remember me, he played a piano and shook, but I did not play my family – my family.”

It is noteworthy that Tamer Ashour recently performed a concert in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, specifically in Jeddah.

It is worth noting that the last album of Tamer Ashour was called “Ayam”, and it was released in March 2019, and it included an album of 12 songs.

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