Wednesday 24 June 2020
Gamal Mohamed Ali, vice-chairman of the committee charged with managing the affairs of the Football Association, said that Zamalek coach Patrice Carteron had warned that the resumption of the Premier League would have a negative impact on the national teams.
Gamal Mohamed Ali, who held a session with the club coaches today, Wednesday, in his statements to the “On Time Sports” satellite channel: European. ”
He continued: “The opinion of the coach of Zamalek that the pressure of the matches could negatively affect the national teams in the coming period.”
And he talked about the Zamalek withdrawal announced by club president Mortada Mansour: “I read the news on one of the sites, so I called Walid Al-Attar (CEO) and there was no letter reaching the federation, until seven in the evening.”
He added: “If any club withdraws, the members of the committee and the competitions committee will meet in order to take the appropriate decision, we will implement the regulations, but at the present time I can only talk about this when it is reality.”
Zamalek announced today, Wednesday, that its decision to withdraw from the We Super League came after discussing the matter with Patrice Carteron and the team doctor.