Hussein El-Sayed, a member of the committee in charge of managing the Zamalek club, said that the club’s management is currently seeking to resolve the exchange deal with Pyramids, and that Abdullah Al-Saeed wants to be with Zamalek during the next stage.
Al-Sayed added, in televised statements to the Ontime Stadium program, on Ontime Sports, with the media, Saif Zaher, that the current council was keen to build trust with the players, after taking charge, explaining that the return of the fans is the only way to renounce intolerance, calling on everyone to unite from order to discard and dispose of.
Al-Sayed explained that there is a consensus from the clubs to complete the cup, but we were surprised by the decision of the Football Association for the clubs to rest until September 21, noting that Zamalek was not notified of the protocol for receiving the league shield.
A member of the White Castle’s board of directors revealed that Tunisian Hamdi Al-Naqaz will return to Al-Abyad with the approval of the French coach Patrice Carteron, the team’s coach, stressing that Karim Bambos departure from the team due to the contract with his replacement, and it will be announced in the coming days.
He concluded his statements that there is one clause that separates Ashraf Ben Sharqi from renewing his contract with Zamalek, and all of this will be resolved after the player returns from Morocco, after the end of his country’s camp to participate in the World Cup qualifiers.