A large number of sports and media stars were keen to offer condolences for the death of Brigadier General Sayed Jaafar, the older brother of Farouk Jaafar, the former star of Egypt and Zamalek, who passed away Monday morning.
The condolences were attended by sports stars Gamal Abdel Hamid, former captain of the Egypt and Zamalek national team, Osama Orabi, the former Al-Ahly star, Ahmed Soliman, the former Egyptian goalkeeper coach, Ahmed Samir, former Zamalek player, Osama Abdel Karim, coach of the Olympic goalkeepers, and Ayman Salem, head of the On Sports Sports channels. And Amin Orabi, the former Al-Ahly coach, and Omar Al-Ayoubi, managing editor of the sports sector, on the seventh day.
Farouk Jaafar is one of the most prominent stars of the Zamalek club, as he was born on October 29, 1952, and he is of Nubian origins. He was born in the village of Thomas in Nasr al-Nuba Center in Aswan Governorate, and he was raised and lived in the Al-Najjar neighborhood in the Mounira neighborhood in Mrs. Zainab in Cairo, as the youngest of 11 brothers of sons and daughters..
Farouk Jaafar holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education, and is considered one of the most important players for Zamalek club and the national team throughout history, and he was called the King of Text in light of the great capabilities he enjoyed in the middle of the stadium.
Jamal Abdul Hamid
The condolences of Farouk Jaafar’s brother
Farouk Jafar receives the condolences of his sister (1)
Farouk Jafar receives the condolences of his sister (2)
Old players Zamalek