Ferrera's message to Zamalek players after meeting the Chad champion

 Ferrera's message to Zamalek players after meeting the Chad champion

Zamalek achieved a good result away from home when they beat Chad's champion Eliketspor in the first leg of the 64th round of the African Champions League.

Zamalek won 2-0 in the match that was held in Cameroon on the grounds of Ahmedou Ohedgo Stadium.

The goals of the meeting were scored by Mahmoud Abdel-Razek Shikabala and Ahmed Sayed Zizou, and Ferreira sent a message to his players after achieving the victory.

The Portuguese coach called on his players to forget the first leg against the Chad champion.

Ferreira recommended to his players the necessity of appearing well in the Cairo meeting as well, in order to qualify for the round of 32.

It is expected that we will see the new Zamalek deals from the next round after being registered so that Zamalek will be in full rank.

Reports: Vitoria is considering punishing Awad for this reason:

Mohamed Awad, the goalkeeper of Zamalek club, stated several things, through his personal account on the social networking site "Facebook".

Awad expressed his feeling of a surprise after the announcement of Vitoria's list of meetings with the first Egyptian team, in the publication circulated by all the pioneers of the communication sites.

Certainly, what is rumored about an agreement between Ferreira and Vitoria not to include Awad is completely untrue.

To come out with press reports revealing the anger of Roy Vitoria because of Mohamed Awad's statements.

Amidst reports that Awad was punished for his public statements about a matter related to the national team.

It is expected that these reports will be confirmed or denied in the next few days. Awad, who played in the Zamalek shirt and helped crown his team in the league and cup, found himself excluded amid the summoning of Mohamed and Ahmed El-Shennawy alongside Mohamed Sobhi, so he came out and clarified matters.

The former Al-Ahly star reveals the scenes of paying an electrifying fine:

Everyone knows the 6-month ban imposed on Al-Ahly player Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim Kahraba because of the fine owed to the Zamalek club.

The fine is estimated at $2 million + 5% interest accrued on the amount throughout the period of delay in payment, which Kahraba has not paid yet.

Captain Magdy Abdel-Ghani explained the details of Al-Ahly’s agreement with Kahraba to pay the fine.

Al-Ahly officials informed the player that the club was unable to pay the amount from the club’s treasury directly to Zamalek.

While the administration will increase the player's contract to contribute to the payment of the fine owed to Zamalek.

The player is expected to pay the fine as soon as possible to return from the stadium again.

It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly registered the player locally until the fine is paid to enroll him in the African list.

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