The clearing officials continued a series of strengthening the ranks of the Fayoumi team by contracting with the newly promoted Five Futures to the Premier League, as part of the plan of the technical staff led by Tamer Mostafa to fill the deficit in the positions suffered by the technical staff of the Fayoumi team after the departure of a large number of basic strength from the clearing at the end of last season.
The clearing officials contracted with the five, Karim Abdel Nabi, Ahmed Aqel and Islam Ziada, a trio of midfielders, Ahmed Moneim, a defender, and Ahmed Halawa, a striker, all of whom participated in the team’s rise from the second division to the Premier League.
And Misr Al-Maqassa Club has previously contracted with more than one player in the current period, as part of the plan of the technical staff led by Tamer Mustafa to support the Al-Fayoumi team next season, and fill the gaps in its ranks, especially after the departure of more than one player.
Misr El-Makassa Club signed more than one player, such as Mahmoud Hamdy, the former Al-Masry player, and Mahmoud Adel, the former military production player, in a free transfer deal after the termination of their contracts with their clubs.
Egypt’s clearing house also contracted with the foreign duo Sergey Eric and John Ivery, former Future FC players, in addition to the return of Mustafa Kajo, the left back, and Mahmoud Salah, the former Ghazl El-Mahalla striker.
Essam Serag El-Din, the sports director of the Misr Club for Clearing and the club’s official spokesman, stressed that his club’s position is sound regarding the file of foreign cases brought against the club to the International Football Association regarding the entitlements of its former foreign players.
Serag El-Din said in exclusive statements that within a short period of time, we ended our problems with FIFA, especially the cases of Ugandan Khaled Ocho and Nigerian Edo Moses, and we succeeded in settling the dues of the duo, which are the two cases that played a role in stopping the registration of the Fayoumi team before moving quickly and solving the club’s registration problem with the Football Association.
He explained that the clearing position in the case of Ahmed Marshouh and Kevin Muhairi, the former players of the Fayoumi team, is very strong and with documents, stressing that the club is dealing with an Italian law firm at the highest level to end its foreign disputes.
The Sports Director of Misr Clearing added that his club has a professional administration and a legal office at the highest level, and is good at dealing with all its foreign cases.