Dhia El-Sayed, the former Al-Ahly coach, lied to the speech of former Dutch coach Joe Bonfrear, after he stated that the team had lost the 2002/2003 season to high orders, in order to give it to Zamalek.
Al-Ahly lost the league in the last round at the time, after losing to Enppi with the goal of Sayed Abdel-Naeem, while Zamalek defeated Ismaili with the goal of Hossam Abdel-Moneim.
Diaa El-Sayed asked in his statements for the “Ontime Stadium” laughing: “Who is the one who called the National League? Zamalek… adding: “Why did Bonfrear remain silent for 17 years until he spoke of such a thing, if he had spoken at the time of his departure he would have been better and would have made a very big commotion.”
The former Al-Ahly coach continued, that the loss from Enppi was just “match conditions” and it was not agreed upon as the Dutch coach says, especially since the state has nothing to do with who gets the league or not, saying: “His words are totally illogical, but they are statements at a time Corona. “
On Bonfrere’s technical performance, Diaa El-Sayed said that he was a strict coach and overly concerned with the physical side, which negatively affected the players at the end of the season.