Players Affairs Committee rejects Emad El-Sayed’s complaint against Zamalek

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The Football Association’s Players Affairs Committee rejected the complaint made by Imad Al-Sayed, the former Zamalek goalkeeper, who demanded his eligibility to receive 600,000 pounds from the club.

Zamalek club submitted its documents in the complaint, and the club’s management succeeded in proving the club’s position with the documents and evidence. This prompted the Players’ Affairs Committee to make a final decision that the goalkeeper was not entitled to the amount, and then notified Zamalek of the decision.

On the other hand, the first football team of Zamalek Club concludes its training at 9 pm today, Saturday, at the Abdul Latif Abu Rujaila Stadium at the club’s headquarters, as part of the preparation for the Pyramids match scheduled for 9 pm tomorrow, Sunday, in the nineteenth round of the Premier League competition.

It is expected that Zamalek’s technical staff, led by French Patrice Carteron, will announce the team’s list for the Pyramids match after the training ends.

The team will enter a closed camp after training in a hotel near the Cairo Stadium, which will hold the Zamalek and Pyramids meeting.



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