Wednesday 1 April 2020
Al-Ahly coach Rene Weiler confirmed that Pyramids are among the strongest competitors in the league.
Feiler led Al-Ahly to top the Egyptian League standings without losing, winning 16 games and drawing in one.
Al-Ahly under Feiler led his first victory in his matches against Pyramids 1-2, with a fatal goal scored by Mali Alewang.
“It is natural for Zamalek to be a competitor to us. It is a strong team and it is good for the Egyptian football, and there are clubs competing strongly,” said Fyler in his statements to “On Time Sports 1”.
“I am glad that Al-Ahly and Zamalek came from Egypt in the semi-finals of Africa, but I certainly hope Al-Ahly will win the title.”
“Pyramids also continued a strong team and a good competitor, with distinguished players at the individual level.”
He concluded, “Abdullah Al-Saeed, I know that he is a good player. He is enjoying now in Pyramids and therefore there is no reason for him to leave the team. If there is an opportunity for him to return to Al-Ahly then I will think whether I will accept or reject his presence, but I welcome the idea.”
It is noteworthy that Abdullah Al-Saeed left Al-Ahly Club, based on a decision by the Board of Directors, to put it up for sale after his famous crisis.