Sunday, May 2, 2021
Amr Dardiri, the media spokesman for the Zamalek club, confirmed that there is no thinking at the moment about the deals, indicating that his club refused to appoint an Egyptian referee team for the next summit match.
Zamalek will play Al-Ahly on May 10 in the league.
“There are no reciprocal deals with Pyramids, and we are not considering any deal now, I do not know the source of those rumors, all of our focus is in the league only, and when we are doing well, we find there are rumors surrounding the team,” Dardiri said in statements to Youth and Sports Radio.
Zamalek is preparing to meet the Pyramids in the 19th round of the league competition.
He added, “During the handball league final match, a session took place between Al-Ahly and Zamalek officials. There are proposals regarding reciprocal visits. We welcome the Al-Ahly board of directors in Zamalek and then we return the visit. No date has been set, but we welcome the matter.”
He continued, “There is currently no disagreement between Carteron and Osama Nabih, there was tension in the relationship and the matter ended in a session that did not last 10 minutes. Some conveyed words to Carteron and the coach thought that he had interfered with his work, and decided to prevent any statements about the ball except through him, it is over.” .
“We refuse to appoint an Egyptian referee team for the next summit match. The arbitration was average at the last summit. The players were not protected, and there was also a waste of time, but because Al-Ahly won the match, no one spoke, we will not withdraw from the match for sure if there is an Egyptian referee, but we announce.” Our position. ”
An Egyptian referee team led by Mahmoud Al-Banna managed the last match of Al-Ahly and Zamalek, which the Red team won 2-1 in the league.
He stressed, “It is not possible to comment on the transfer of my Al-Ahly matches in the league, but we will also demand that our matches be postponed in the same way, we are also suffering from the pressure of matches.”
The Football Association had decided to transfer the Al-Ahly matches against Wadi Degla and Ceramica to be held during the suspension period of the Olympic team without the Olympic team players, in accordance with a decision announced earlier.
“We were following up on the complaint that we submitted to CAF about the Mouloudia and Esperance match,” he concluded, “but after the CAF Champions League quarter-final draw was held, this means that CAF rejected Zamalek’s complaint.”