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Pacheco leaves Zamalek, set to rejoin Al Shabab
According to numerous sources, Jaime Pacheco has left his post as Zamalek manager and returned to Saudi club Al Shabab, who have apparently issued a statement on Facebook that they have signed the former Mallorca and Boavista coach.
This might have had to do with Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour being vocal in his objections against some of the coach’s choices over the past few months.
The news comes as a shock to Zamalek fans, who only recently had to witness Momen Zakaria re-join his boyhood club Al Ahly, after his loan from ENPPI to Zamalek expired.
Despite all that, Zamalek can still enjoy being first in the league with 34 points, a point ahead of ENPPI and 10 clear of Ahly.