Nader El-Sayed talks to Lilacora about Tamiyas training


Nader El-Sayed, the former goalkeeper of Egypt, Al-Ahly and Zamalek national team, expressed his happiness at the beginning of his training experience as a technical manager for the Tamiya team, which is active in the second division.

Nader Al-Sayed said, in exclusive statements to Lilacora, “I have been working for a while on developing my training capabilities, whether by obtaining training licenses or studies and living in Europe. Working as a coach has been on my mind for a while.”

The former goalkeeper of Egypt, Al-Ahly and Zamalek indicated that he went to Tamiya Club at the beginning; To watch the team after the board of directors contacted him: “I found a good team that can compete and qualify for the Premier League, and there is a supportive and ambitious board of directors and fans who love her team.”

Al-Sayed responded, regarding his first experience as a technical director in the second division, saying: “I see it as a natural and better start in order to get experiences. As players, we did not start being in the Egyptian national team, but we were graduated in clubs, which is the gradation that I see may happen with my experience in Tamiya.”

In his statements, Al-Sayed mentioned that he is one of the few who played goalkeepers and then became technical directors, saying: “The goalkeeper is a player and I am against the classification. Training is a talent, vision, personality and study.

The former goalkeeper of Egypt, Al-Ahly and Zamalek completed his statements by indicating that he will lead the team’s training tomorrow, Monday, to lead it in its next match against Minya in the second division.

Tamiya occupies eighth place in the table of the Upper Egypt group standings with 9 points collected from 7 matches – a difference in goals from the seventh-placed Al-Madina Al-Munawwarah team, while Minya occupies third place with 14 points collected from 7 matches, two points ahead of second-placed Kima Aswan, who fought 8 matches and 5 points behind the leaders Aswan, who also played 8 matches.


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