Brigadier General Ahmed Fouad Al-Mahdi, director of football at Talaa Al-Jaish, confirmed his club’s approval to sell Hussein Al-Sayed Marcelo, the left-back of the team, to the ranks of Pyramids.
Brigadier General Ahmed Al-Mahdi said in exclusive statements to Youm7: “We agreed to the Pyramids offer to contract with Hussein Al-Sayed Marcelo, and Pyramids received the player’s dispensation.”
Tala’a El-Geish won the Egyptian Super Cup for the first time in its history after beating Al-Ahly by penalty shootout 3/2 during the match that brought them together on Tuesday evening, at the Borg El Arab Stadium in the Egyptian Super, where the two teams resorted to penalty kicks after the end of the original and extra time in a negative tie.
Al-Tala’i signed 10 deals, including Mido Gaber, player of Ceramica, and the Egyptian duo of Al-Portsaidi Mohamed Gaber, Kazagi Kasongo and Mohamed Al-Sabahi, player of the Alexandrian Federation, on loan for one season, in addition to contracting with Abdel Rahman Sheka and Ahmed Afifi, players of the military production for two seasons, in addition to contracting with Tunisian Mohamed Ali Al-Juwayni. The Sfaxien defender is in a free transfer deal with a contract that extends for two seasons, in addition to contracting with Karim Amir, the French Bordeaux player, for a period of three seasons, along with Ramzy Medhat, the Wadi Degla player and former professional in the Greek league, in addition to Mohamed Anwar, the defender of Al Ittihad of Alexandria for two seasons.
Hussein El-Sayed moves to Pyramids