Details of the Zamalek players’ conversation with Al-Naqaz before the African qualification victory

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A number of Zamalek players were keen to communicate with their former teammate, Hamdi Naqaz, right-back in the current Esperance team, to talk with him about the matches of the last round of the group stage of the African Champions League.

The curtain falls on the Champions League group D matches next Saturday, with the matches between Zamalek and Senegalese Tongeth in Cairo and Esperance against Mouloudia Algeria in Tunis, andThe sons of the dead need a hurdle to win The Senegalese champion and Mouloudia lost to Esperance to qualify as the second group accompanied by the Tunisian champion, where El Obeid is currently ranked third with 5 points behind Mouloudia Algeria, who is second with 8 points, and leaders Esperance with 10 points.

Some Zamalek players contacted Hamdi Al-Naqaz to talk about the matches of the last round, and the Tunisian player confirmed that he would fight with his colleagues in the MCA match to achieve victory despite the guarantee of ascension and the need for a draw only to ensure the top of the group, but all players pledged to fight and win and qualify well.

Hamdi Al-Naqaz also confirmed to Zamalek players that the Esperance players seek to reconcile the masses after the sudden loss to Tounjeth, and a session was held with him by the technical staff to emphasize the importance of the Mouloudia match and the need to play only to achieve victory.

Zamalek resumed training yesterday, at the Abdel Latif Abu Rujaila stadium, in preparation for the Senegalese Tungith match in the match scheduled for next Saturday at Cairo International Stadium, as part of the sixth round of the African Champions League group stage.

And the training session witnessed the attendance Counselor Emad Abdel AzizChairman of the committee in charge of managing the affairs of the Zamalek club, to support and support the players, and the president of Zamalek congratulated the players on the performance and result against the recent MCA, and called on the players to focus on the next and continue their victories, and qualify for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.



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