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Ahmed Hassan won’t play against Al Ahly, hopes to win Egypt Cup
Petrojet new manager Ahmed Hassan said that he is aiming to beat Al Ahly in the semi-final of Egypt Cup.
The petroleum club are set to face Al Ahly on September 16 in Hassan’s coaching debut at the helm of Petrojet.
“Our target is to beat Al Ahly and win the championship,” said Hassan in a press conference, in which the club’s new signings were introduced.
“My first game is against a very strong opponent but the team have aspiration to beat Al Ahly, qualify for the final and win the Cup,” he added.
Hassan who was unveiled last month as a player-manager for Petrojet said that he won’t be playing against the Red Devils.
“I want to focus on my role as a manager during our match against Al Ahly. The playing issue will come later,” Hassan explained.
“I am working on building a strong team and creating coherence among the players especially with the club’s new signings,” the former Ahly and Zamalek midfielder added.
Petrojet introduced 14 new signings during the press conference, including former Zamalek striker Ahmed Gaafar and former Ismaily defender Moatasem Salem.
The world’s most-capped footballer was appointed as Petrojet’s manager on a two-year deal after leaving his previous job as Egypt’s national team director.