Tariq Yahya: Zamalek did not lose the issue of Al-Niqaz

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Tariq Yahya, the former coach of Zamalek, said that the white club had not yet lost the case of its fugitive player Hamdi Al-Naqaz, although some deal with the crisis that it ended for the player and that Zamalek surrendered and will pay the amount signed by him, one million and 250 thousand dollars.

Tariq Yahya added, on the satellite channel ZamalekToday, Friday, Zamalek will not lose the case with an argument in the law named Murtada Mansour, and the judiciary is still long between the club and the player.

Yahya called on the fans of the white club and its former and current stars to stand in support of the white castle in light of the media plot against the club and the campaign launched by the sites on the name and entity of Zamalek Club.

Zamalek, under the leadership of French Patrice Carteron, succeeded in winning the African and Egyptian Super Championships at the expense of Esperance of Tunisia and Al-Ahly, respectively, and Al-Abyad qualified for the African Champions League semi-finals, where Zamalek will face his Moroccan counterpart Raja Casablanca in the semi-finals of the African Championship. Which was postponed by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), for an indefinite period, after it would bring them together in May next, as part of precautionary measures to reduce the risk of the Coruna virus outbreak.

Zamalek has 7 foreign players who are Ferjani Sassi, Mohamed Onajem, Ashraf Bin Sharqi, Kabongo Kasongo, along with Marouf Youssef, Hamid Haddad and Razak Cisse, loaned to the Arab Contractors Club, Raja Casablanca and the Alexandrian Federation, respectively, and it is expected that the Zamalek Administration will market some in Next season, with that file resolved, French coach Patrice Carteron.

On the other hand, the coaching staff of Zamalek, led by French Patrice Cartieron, decided to re-evaluate all the loaned team players this season, after the Football Association decided to reduce the number of foreigners in the coming season.

Zamalek’s technical staff is looking to rely on the Egyptian players more during the next season, in light of the possibility that the number of foreign players in each team will be 3 players only, and Zamalek depends this season on the trio of Muhammad Onajem, Ashraf bin Sharqi and Ferjani Sassi mainly, which means that the Zamalek deals expected in Next summer, they will all be Egyptians unless one of the trio is dispensed.

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