Portuguese coach Jaime Pacheco, coach of the club’s first football team, has been ruled out Zamalek Among his technical calculations is the idea of changing the centers of Ashraf bin Sharqi and Ahmed Sayed Zizou during the confrontation with Al-Ahly.
Zamalek is preparing for an expected match against Al-Ahly in the final of the African Champions League championship on Friday evening.
The result of a swab of the players of the Zamalek team to detect the Corona virus confused Pachecos accounts, after it resulted in the exclusion of the trio Abdullah Jumaa, Mahmoud Hamdi Al-Wanch and Youssef Obama.
But “tournaments” learned that Pacheco decided to keep Zizo and Bin Sharqi on the outskirts of the stadium in order not to reduce their risk and reduce the chances of scoring goals or scoring on Al-Ahly’s goal.
Regarding the explicit playmaker center to compensate for the absence of Joseph Obama after being infected with the Corona virus, Pacheco is considering pushing Muhammad Onajem as a playmaker with a role-play exchange on the stadium with Zizo on the right, and it remains the closest scenario so far.
Zamalek, under the technical management of Pacheco, aspires to win the CAF Champions League for the sixth time in its history, and has been absent from the White Castle since 2002.