Zamalek fans are watching the club’s board’s decision, headed by Mortada Mansour, to determine the team’s final position on the African Super Cup, Zamalek club With a formal request to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to demand Qatar’s formal commitment guaranteeing the protection of the White Club Mission in Qatar to counter Tunisias Esperance in the African Super.
The African Confederation of African Football “CAF” has set February 14 at the Al Gharafa Club Stadium in Qatar as the date for the African Super Championship between Zamalek and Esperance, in which Zamalek will participate as a champion of the Confederation in the last version, while Tunisian Esperance as the champion of the previous session of the African Champions League.
Murtada Mansour refused to travel to Zamalek to compete in the African Super Cup, before the white club sent his list officially to the African Football Association, which will be in Qatar to obtain visas for the white mission, before Mortada Mansour announced that sending the names of the mission does not mean his approval to play the match in Qatar And some things depend on the club’s final position on whether or not to play the match, including ensuring the safety of the white mission in Qatar.
Following this, Mortada Mansour decided to hold a press conference at eleven noon tomorrow, Monday, at the club’s headquarters, during which the president of the Mit Oqba Castle will talk about many important issues on its head, the final position of the team from the African Super Cup or not.
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Zamalek qualified to the quarter-finals, after finishing second with 9 points, 5 points behind the leaders of the Congolese Mazembe team, who qualified as the first group, and Zescu United Zambian and the first Angolan August who finished third and fourth.
Zamalek will play in the quarter-finals with one of the leaders, who are all of the Tunisian Esperance, Sun Downs of South Africa, and the Tunisian coastal star.
Zamalek is waiting to know the competitor after the draw is scheduled for next Wednesday, 5 February 2020 at the headquarters of the African Union in Cairo.
It is worth noting that the finalists of the quarter-finals are the Congolese Mazembe and Zamalek, the coastal and Al-Ahly star, the Tunisian Esperance and the Moroccan hope, the South African Sun Downs and the Moroccan wadad.