Some employees and workers of the Zamalek Club directed pro-supporters and supporters of the President of the Zamalek Club, Mortada Mansour, an apology to him for what some of them had shown during the past 48 hours and trying to provoke discord within the club.
And it was mortada Mansour Yesterday, through a video broadcast on the club’s official website, it was announced that some workers and employees tried to block the road on the 26th of July axis, which are against the principles of Zamalek, which exposes them to suspension and dismissal from the club.
On the other hand, the French technical director, Zamalek team, Patrice Carteron, announced the list of the team traveling shortly to Tunisia to face Tunisian Esperance next Friday in the return matches of the 8th round of the Champions League.
Zamalek’s list included: Muhammad Abu Jabal, Mahmoud Ganesh, Mohamed Sobhi, Mohamed Awad, Hazem Emam, Mohamed Abdel Salam, Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud El Wensh, Mohamed Abdel Shafi, Ahmed Eid, Tariq Hamed, Mohamed Hassan, Ferjani Sassi, Ahmed Sayed Zizu, Mustafa Fathi, Obama, Muhammad Onajem, Ashraf bin Sharqi, Shikapala, Muhammad Antar, Mustafa Muhammad, Kasongo, Islam Jaber.
Meanwhile, Cartieron excluded: Abd Allah Gomaa, Karim Bambo, Mohamed Abdel Ghani and Omar Al Said from traveling to Tunisia, while the rest of the registered players were included in Africa.
The Zamalek mission will fly today, Tuesday, to Tunisia, in preparation for the Tunisian Esperance match, in the second leg of the African Champions League quarter-finals, in the match scheduled to be held at nine oclock next Friday, at Rades Stadium, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of The African Champions League Championship, and the team will run its last training this morning at the club stadium, with the Zamalek mission going to Cairo airport in the evening in order to travel to Rades on a private plane provided by Mortada Mansour, the club president, to avoid overworking the players after the team’s foreign trips continued during the month the past.
Zamalek officials booked the team’s training next Wednesday at El Menzah stadium, which is the first training of the team in Tunisia, as part of preparations to face the Tunisian Esperance, which will bring them together at nine in the next Friday evening, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League competitor, which will be held at Rades Stadium .