FilGoal | News | League clubs – Al-Masry .. For a new king to eliminate the curse of the Arab coach

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“With Al-Masry, if you score a goal, you will live as a king for a week in Port Said. You eat, drink, and buy your clothes for free. This is how the Al-Masry fans treat you in Port Said.” This was the statement of Ibrahim Al-Masry, the legend of Al-Masry, and after him Mahmoud Abdel Hakim, one of the former coastal club stars.

A new season is about to start for the Egyptian club, with new hopes, and the ambition of winning a title that has been absent for 23 years.

This season, Mouin Chaabani, the Tunisian coach, will be the new coach of the Egyptian club. As the first non-Egyptian Arab coach for the team since its inception 102 years ago.

In the Egyptian league before, Khair El-Din Mudawi and Nasr El-Din Al-Nabi were present as coaches of the Ismaili Club, but the two experiences did not succeed.

Now, Al-Shaabani is looking to correct the image of the Arab coach in the Egyptian League, and write a new history with the coastal team.

A history, if achieved, would place al-Shaabani in the position of Ibrahim al-Masry, and before him Massad Nour, and Ferenc Puskas in Port Said.

club history

The Egyptian club is one of the oldest teams in the Egyptian League, and one of the founders of the championship in the 1948/1949 season.

Yes, Al-Masry has never won the Egyptian League title before, but he is the most participating in the competition after Al-Ahly and Zamalek, as he only missed two completed editions, which were in the wake of the tripartite aggression against Port Said in 1956.

Al-Masry is also the owner of the largest victory in the history of the Egyptian League, when he defeated Beni Suef with a score of 11-0 in 1964.

Last season

The Egyptian club had a good season last year under the leadership of Ali Maher, the team’s coach, who started the season with them.

Al-Masry maintained his presence in the golden box throughout the season, until the Football Association chose the participating teams in Africa in the next season.

After the selection of the participating teams and the Egyptian guarantee of his presence in Africa, the results of Al-Masry declined and he lost against Al-Ahly, Smouha, and Enppi, then tied with the Vanguards of the Army at the end of the competition.

After the season, the decision was to dismiss Ali Maher, the team’s coach, and to sign Moein Chabani, the former coach of Esperance.

Transfer Market

Al-Masry lost Ahmed Refaat, who moved to Future Club, and Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed, whose contract with the team expired, as well as the sale of Saidu Sembori to the Alexandrian Federation, and Ahmed Gomaa, who moved to Enppi after the expiration of his contract as well.

On the other hand, Al-Masry contracted with nine players. The hearts of defense are Islam Jamal, Islam Al-Muzayen, and Ahmed Alaa. Osama Al-Jazzar is a midfielder for Ittihad Kalba, Tunisian playmaker Elias Al-Jelassi, Ahmed Al-Sheikh, the Pyramids wing, Ahmed Hamoudi, the Pyramids wing, Amr Marei, the Pyramids striker, and Mohamed Balah, the Palestinian striker.

In addition to the new deals, Al-Masry regained the services of Islam Abu Salima and Hussein Ragab from injury after being absent throughout the last season.

Moein Al Shaabani

After winning the African Champions League twice, the Tunisian League and the Tunisian Cup with Esperance, Moein Al-Shaabani chose to make his first experience outside Tunisia with the Egyptian club in Egypt.

Moein Al-Shaabani is now starting a new mission, with the aim of erasing the bad image of Arab coaches in the Egyptian League.

This season, Mouin Chaabani, the Tunisian coach, will be the new coach of the Egyptian club. As the first non-Egyptian Arab coach for the team since its inception 102 years ago.

In the Egyptian league before, Khair El-Din Mudawi and Nasr El-Din Al-Nabi were present as coaches of the Ismaili Club, but the two experiences did not succeed.

Now, Al-Shaabani is looking to correct the image of the Arab coach in the Egyptian League, and write a new history with the coastal team.

A history, if achieved, would place al-Shaabani in the position of Ibrahim al-Masry, and before him Massad Nour, and Ferenc Puskas in Port Said.

team star

Ahmed Refaat was the first Egyptian star last season, but with his departure, the team no longer had a single star.

Al-Masry now owns Austin Amoto, the leading Nigerian striker. He also owns Tunisian playmaker Elias Jelassi, and the player who created the most goals in the Tunisian league last season.

The team also included Ahmed El Sheikh, one of the team’s strongest deals, coming from Pyramids Club, along with Amr Moussa and Farid Shawky, the team’s two leaders.

Expected position

The Egyptian club has always been a contender for the golden square in recent years.

As usual, Al-Masry will be a competitor for the third to sixth positions this season.



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