FilGoal | News | Al-Naqaz to Fil Joule: Zamalek did not contract with me to take me out on loan.. It is difficult to complete a season without playing

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Hamdi El-Naqaz, the Tunisian right-back of Zamalek, stressed that his goal is to continue with the White Castle and participate with the team in various tournaments next season, and that he is only thinking about that.

Al-Naqaz said in statements لـFilGoal.comZamalek did not sign me to take me out on loan. I want to continue with the club and play with the white team.

When asked about his position in the event that the crisis of preventing Zamalek from being registered continues, he replied: “If the crisis of preventing Zamalek from being registered for two transfer periods continues, it will be difficult for me to complete an entire season without playing football.”

Al-Naqaz’s participation with Zamalek next season remains in doubt, in light of the club’s prevention from being registered at the present time.

The International Football Association had sent a letter to the Egyptian Football Association to prevent Zamalek from being registered for two transfer periods, due to the registration of Hossam Ashraf, the club’s junior, despite his signing for a Cameroonian team.

Zamalek confirmed that the decision to stop the registration applies only to new deals and does not include the team’s first list.

Mohamed El-Etreby, vice-chairman of the committee in charge of managing Zamalek, revealed that the White Club is moving vigorously to reach a solution to this crisis, before closing the registration door in Egypt, which is scheduled for next October 7. (see details)

Al-Naqaz played in the ranks of Zamalek during the period from January 2018 until February 2019, before leaving the team without the approval of Zamalek because of what he described as not receiving his dues.

Zamalek issued an official statement, clarifying the club’s legal position, in the case of Hamdi Al-Naqaz, the team’s player, after the International Sports Court ruled to cancel the fine owed to the player by the club according to the decision of the Dispute Resolution Chamber of the International Football Association (FIFA). (see details)

The 28-year-old participated with Zamalek in 64 matches. He scored a goal and made 9 others.

The Tunisian international won the Egyptian Cup twice with Zamalek, and the African Confederation.



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