Al-Sayed stated, “I decided to end my career with the club before the general assembly scheduled to be held next December, and it became necessary to hold elections for the seats of president and deputy president, as I was the acting vice president of the club.”
He added, “I will not run in the next elections. You will choose a president and deputy for a period of 10 months only, because the session of the parliament as a whole ends in November 2021.”
And he continued, “I will not run in the elections next year as well, because I will be out of the pension, and the club’s regulations prohibit those who become pensioners from running.”
He continued, “There are cadres who deserve responsibility and leadership in the coming period.”
“Thank God, I leave the responsibility after a good season for the football team and an excellent plan for deals in the new season under the leadership of Helmy Tolan, whose presence is considered a safety valve for the team,” he concluded.
Enppi ranks sixth in the Egyptian Premier League standings table with 48 points, equally with Smouha, fifth-ranked, and five points ahead of the fourth contractor.
Enppi is preparing to face Tanta in the final round of the Egyptian Premier League on Friday.
Enppi club had announced the appointment of Zakaria Al-Sayed as its president in September 2019, after Alaa Khashab, the former president, had arrived for his retirement age.