Sunday 29 March 2020
Essam El-Khoudary, the Egyptian goalkeeper, confirmed that he does not count his playing for Zamalek in the 2010-2011 season, indicating that he was unsuccessful during the four months he spent between the walls of the White Castle.
Al-Hadari said in statements to “On Time Sports”: “I moved to Zamalek as a professional player, and I played for him for four months, but I was unsuccessful.”
He added: “The circumstances were not good at the time, and stability was absent from the club Zamalek, and the team was below the level that qualifies it to win the league championship.”
He continued: “On the technical level, I was unsuccessful in the four or five games that I played with Zamalek, and I felt that there would be problems. I moved to the Sudanese Mars after my suspension in the Egyptian League from FIFA for 4 months.”
And he completed the 47-year-old saying: “I ask that the four months that I spent in Zamalek be erased from my history because I did not agree and did not complete my contract, so I consider my playing time for Zamalek as incompatible, with my full respect to the club and its fans.”