In the press conference held today at Nyayo National Stadium, the coach stressed that Zamalek includes many international players returning from the national teams.
Carteron added that the African Champions League matches are strong, noting that Tusker is a good team, but Zamalek is looking forward to achieving a positive result.
And the coach of the white team revealed that he reminded the players of the loss of Zamalek from Gormahia in Kenya before during the Confederation, despite his absence with the team to ask them to focus on the training and make the maximum effort in the match.
The team is preparing to face Kenyas Tusker in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, at Nyayo National Stadium at 2:00 pm Cairo time.
The first leg match between Zamalek and Kenyas Tusker will be managed by an Ethiopian referee team consisting of: Bamelak Tesema as a referee for the arena, and Samuel Temisingo Atango as first assistant, Fasika Biro Fasika as second assistant and Lima Nguise as fourth referee.