Ashraf Qasim, the football supervisor of Zamalek Club, will hold an important meeting with the team’s players before training today, to talk about the reasons for yesterday’s loss in front of Ghazl El Mahalla, with two goals to one in the 11th round of the league.
It is expected that today’s session will witness frankness between the players and the technical staff about the real reasons that led to the level that the players appeared in yesterday’s match, and the resolution of any problems affecting the players’ concentration during the next stage, and a source within the team’s technical staff revealed that losing yesterday’s match was a shock to the players Zamalek and the technical staff, which made them pledge to open a new page with the masses.
On the other hand, Portuguese coach Jaime Pacheco, the coach of the Zamalek team, is considering excluding Ahmed Sayed Zizou, the midfielder of the team, from the match against Zamalek and Al-Ittihad of Alexandria scheduled for next Sunday in the 12th round of the League matches.
Pacheco wants to exclude Zizou after his decline in his level in recent matches, and give the opportunity to the newcomer, Saif Al-Jaziri, who came from the Arab Contractors in the last winter transfer period, and Marwan Hamdy, who comes from the clearing Egypt.
In a different context, the offer from Ahli Jeddah to borrow Mahmoud Alaa, the Zamalek defender, caused a crisis between him and his teammate, Mahmoud Al-Wansh, which was rejected by the Zamalek administration hours before the end of the winter registration period.
A source inside Zamalek revealed that Al-Ahly Jeddah’s offer was to borrow Mahmoud Al-Wensh for a period of 6 months, but the club’s management refused to give up the player and rejected the offer completely, just as they refused to discuss it with the player or his agent.
The source added that one of the players’ agents offered Mahmoud Alaa to Al Ahly Jeddah as an alternative to Mahmoud Al-Wansh, with the administration of the Saudi club granting a promise to persuade the management of Zamalek and Mahmoud Alaa to move to the Saudi team, which happened after the agent spoke with Mahmoud Alaa and the latter agreed, and Alaa pressured the club management from He postponed his loan approval hours before the closing of the winter registration door, and a meeting was held with the Zamalek management on January 30 in the evening at the club to persuade them to leave, but the club’s management refused and stipulated the departure of Mahmoud Alaa in the event of a contract with Osama Jalal, a former Enppi defender who recently joined Pyramids.
Mahmoud Al-Wensh knew of his colleague Mahmoud Alaas attempts to pressure the administration to approve the offer of Ahly Jeddah, which made him feel upset and considered that Mahmoud Alaa and his agent had diverted the show from the winch to Mahmoud Alaa, and Al-Winch spoke with his close colleagues in the team and assured them that Mahmoud Alaa should have He talks to him personally about the Ahly Jeddah offer before the matter is formally raised with the administration, as the relationship of the two is tense.