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Ahmed Fattouh vs Hamdi Al-Naqaz in the Esperance and Zamalek match – Zamalek official website

Hamdi El-Naqaz, the backer of Ayman Esperance, waived part of his financial dues in favor of his Tunisian club, in order to terminate his contract.

The Tunisian newspaper, “Al-Sabah News”, stated that Al-Naqaz’s relationship with Esperance ended some time ago, after the player requested the termination of his contract by agreement between the two parties.

Al-Naqaz informed the new coach of Esperance, Radhi Jaidi, that he did not want him to continue with the Tunisian team, due to the attack he was subjected to last season by the team’s fans.

The Esperance administration refused to terminate Al-Naqaz’s contract, but the player returned to the club the amount of 180,000 dollars, and also gave up part of his dues, in exchange for the consensual termination of the contract between the two parties.

The newspaper added that Al-Naqaz is waiting for an offer from one of the Egyptian league teams, and this club may be Pyramids.

Hussein Labib, head of the committee in charge of managing the affairs of Zamalek, revealed that the White Club entered into negotiations with Al-Naqaz to return him again to the team during the current transfer period. (see details)

Al-Qaz played for Zamalek from January 2018 to February 2019.

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

With Zamalek, the Tunisian international won the Egyptian Cup twice, the African Confederation, and the Egyptian-Saudi Super Cup.

After his departure from Zamalek and the termination of his contract unilaterally, Al-Naqaz filed a case against the club, and the latter announced that the International Football Association “FIFA” fined him one million 200 thousand dollars.

Zamalek announced its appeal against the decision at a later time.



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