The former Zamalek star warns Ferreira against repeating this mistake today

Captain Hisham Yakan, the former star of Zamalek, made several television statements in which he talks about the scenes of the meeting between Zamalek and Elect Sport, the Chadian champion.

Yakan reported that what Ferreira had done in the Saudi Al-Hilal meeting by involving the Apache Shikabala since the beginning of the meeting was wrong.

He warned of the necessity of not repeating the matter and starting Shikabala from the bench as a winning card in the second half.

Hisham Yakan praised the new deals for Zamalek, especially the Senegalese Zakaria Ndiaye, explaining that he was a necessity for Zamalek after the departure of Moroccan Ashraf bin Sharqi.

It is noteworthy that there is only a short time between us from the meeting between Zamalek and Elect Sport, as the match will be held at 5 pm today.

Ahmed Hassan: Ferreira recommends contracting this player:

Ahmed Hassan, the former Egyptian player, and captain, revealed that the Portuguese coach, Zamalek’s coach, Ferreira, recommended signing the player Marwan Attia, the Alexandrian midfielder, Al Ittihad.

Despite the fact that Zamalek signed the player Nabil Imad Dunga, Ferrera requested a contract with Marwan Attia because of his great conviction in his capabilities and capabilities.

Ahmed Hassan wrote through his account on the social networking site Twitter, saying:

Ferreira recommends signing Marwan Attia, a player from Al Ittihad of Alexandria, after the inclusion of Dunga, because of his full conviction in him

Zamalek is preparing to face Chad's Elect team today in the first leg of the 64th round of the African Champions League competitions.

Magdy Abdel-Ghani responds to a sports critic because of the fate of the Kahraba fine:

The media, Magdy Abdel-Ghani, the former Al-Ahly player, responded about the fate of the fine of Mahmoud Kahraba, the player of the red team, in favor of the Zamalek club, and the extent of the participation of the Portuguese club, Avis, in the fine.

Magdy Abdel-Ghani was keen to respond to a sports critic who spoke that things were not over and it was possible that the Portuguese club would participate in the fine with the player.

Magdy Abdel-Ghani, who was head of the Players' Affairs Committee at the time of Kahraba's escape, confirmed that the Portuguese club would not pay any electrification fine.

Where he confirmed that the player played for short periods with the Portuguese club and joined him on the basis that it was a free deal, and therefore the Portuguese club is not responsible for the file.

The player is currently subject to a six-month suspension in light of the electrification's failure to pay a fine of $ 2 million and interest on them, in favor of the Zamalek club due to his escape in mid-2019.

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