Khaled Al-Ghandour, the former Zamalek star, said that South African Betso Musimani, coach of the first football team in Al-Ahly Club, is not worthy of training the Red Castle in the current period, explaining that he must be changed and the use of another coach.
Al-Ghandour added, while he was a guest on the On Stadium program with the journalist Saif Zaher on Ontime Sports 1: “Any coach who will lead Al-Ahly will be crowned with championships, and Musimani’s name has grown because of his training for Al-Ahly Club.”
And the former Zamalek star continued, “Carteron is one of the best coaches who work in the preparation period and bring players to the highest technical state.”
After the end of the match, Al-Ahly’s mission moved from General Seni Konchi Stadium to Diori Hamani Airport, to start the return trip to Cairo.
Sayed Abdel Hafeez, director of football for the club’s first football team, head of Al-Ahly’s mission in Niger, was keen to thank Ambassador Nabil Makki, Egypt’s ambassador to Niger, and the embassy staff, which includes the administrative attache Ferjani Mohamed, Mosad Mahmoud and Ahmed Mahmoud, for the great effort they made. The embassy is with the Al-Ahly mission during its stay in Niger.
Abdel Hafeez added that the Egyptian embassy in Niger was keen to overcome all obstacles and provide all means of comfort to the mission, as is the custom of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry in all countries, especially since the coordination between Al-Ahly and the Egyptian embassy began early, specifically two weeks before the mission’s attendance, to finish all procedures early so that all things are in order.