The artist Hani Shaker belongs to the Zamalek football club.
Artist Hani Shaker message to President Sisi
In his message to President El-Sisi, Shaker said that he is proud of being Egyptian and that President El-Sisi is the president of Egypt.
And he continued his speech that he is aware of the huge responsibilities that lie on the shoulder of President Sisi, but he asked him to save Zamalek club.
Hani Shaker wished that President Sisi would save Zamalek from its crises and look at the thorny sports file and its developments that are not befitting of Egypt recently.
The head of the Musicians Association confirmed that he does not question the love of the committee in charge of managing the Zamalek club for the club, but he believes that it does not have sufficient experience to manage a large edifice like Zamalek.
During his statements on Al-Hadath Today, Hani Shaker said that the general atmosphere in Egypt wants one pole for the Egyptian football.
He referred to the intervention of the Minister of Youth and Sports in dissolving the former Zamalek Club board of directors, headed by mortada Mansour This has not happened with the traditional rival Al-Ahly before in 2013, when a decision was made to dissolve Hassan Hamdi’s council by Taher Abu Zayd, and the government reversed the decision.
Shaker asks that despite the rumor that the former board of directors of Zamalek had many violations, but not a single violation has been investigated in the judiciary.
Hani Shaker believes that Zamalek was subjected to a major conspiracy to bring him down before the final African Champions League.
Shaker asked the Minister of Sports if Murtaza was convicted, then why did his council completely leave and prepare Zamalek for the cycle of temporary committees.
Shaker confirmed that Mortada Mansour is the most successful club president in the history of Egyptian sports, explaining that the administrative and construction boom he made in Zamalek is unmatched by anyone.
Hani Shaker stressed the failure of the temporary committee in charge of managing Zamalek club to preserve Mustafa Mohamed, the team’s striker, as well as their inability so far to renew with Tunisian Ferjani Sassi.