Islam Gaber, the player of Zamalek, celebrated his wedding, in the current pause that came to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus, which the player used to celebrate his wedding among a number of his family and friends who were keen to congratulate him.
Keen players Zamalek To congratulate Islam Jaber through their accounts on the “Instagram” photo sharing site, and they exchanged congratulations with the player on that occasion in the absence of most of them due to avoiding gatherings in implementation of instructions to avoid the spread of the Corona virus.
And Islam Jaber ensured his continuity within the team in the new season, despite his few contributions to the team this season, where he participated with the white team in 7 games and the total number of minutes during which they participated in them was approximately 257 minutes and he made a single goal, but the French director Patrice Cartieron The technical team, believes that the player will be one of the distinguished elements with Al Abyad, as he intended to grant Islam Jaber alongside Mostafa Fathi, Zamalek playmaker, opportunities to participate in the local white team games on a regular basis in the basic formation of the team unless the sports activity stops to avoid the spread of Corona virus, Prevented that, So the duo will get their chance when the sport activity returns.
The Frenchman, Patrice Carteron, is keen to continue following the running training for the players, as each player was asked to perform a daily ration and various exercises, in order to maintain their physical fitness, in light of the negative stopping situation that the players are subject to in the current period, within the framework of the precautionary measures to avoid The risk of corona virus outbreaks.
Zamalek, under the leadership of French Patrice Carteron, succeeded in winning the African and Egyptian Super Championships at the expense of Tunisian and Al Ahly, respectively, and Al-Abyad qualified for the semi-finals of the African Champions League, where Zamalek will face its Moroccan counterpart Raja Casablanca in the semi-finals of the African Championship. Which has been postponed by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), for an indefinite period, after it would bring them together in May, as part of precautionary measures to reduce the risk of the Corona virus outbreak.