The Portuguese, Jimmy Pacheco, technical director of the first football team at Zamalek club, spoke with his players about the summit match scheduled for tomorrow in the African Champions League final, and the Portuguese warned Zamalek players not to get yellow or red cards during the course of the match, assuring them that the case of expulsion may affect morally And technically on the rest of the team.
Pacheco also asked his players after submitting to the provocations of Al-Ahly players if they occurred so that the players would not deviate from their focus during the events of the match.
Pacheco, Zamalek’s coach, gave special instructions to Islam Jaber, the midfielder of the team, after the Portuguese decided to push him in the next match against Al-Ahly in the left-back center, due to the absence of Abdullah Jumah due to his infection with the Corona virus.
Pacheco spoke with Islam Jaber about not Sarhan and interacting with offensive play only without performing the defensive duty, Pacheco also asked Jaber to support the left wing of Zamalek Ahmed Sayed Zizou in offensive duties, but he stressed that the defensive role is the most important in tomorrow’s match.
On the other hand, Hazem Imam, the right-back of the Zamalek team, is subject to a medical test at the training session today, to ensure that he can join tomorrow’s match against Al-Ahly in the African Champions League final, which will be held tomorrow at Cairo Stadium, in light of the team’s need to be on the match list at least in light of the absence The presence of a right-back in Zamalek, unlike Hazem Imam and Ahmed Eid, and Hazem Imam suffers from a strain in the front muscle, in addition to his recent recovery from infection with the Corona virus.
In a different context, the Portuguese coach Jaime Pacheco, the coach of the Zamalek team, puts great hopes on 3 players within the team to win the African Champions League title, where the Portuguese developed a plan to confront Al-Ahly, relying on the trio, Mohammed Abu Jabal in the goalkeeping, and Tunisian Ferjani Sassi, the midfielder and Moroccan Ashraf Bin Sharqi, an attacking wing the team.