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Zamalek director of football Ismail Youssef has denied that there are any problems between the team’s players.
“Zamalek players are fully committed on and off the field, there aren’t any problems,” Youssef told Zamalek’s official website.
It also has been reported that Zamalek’s head coach, Jesualdo Ferriera, had attacked Islam Gamal’s style of play, calling him ‘slow’, which was denied by Ismail Youssef as he claimed, “This did not happen at all, Islam Gamal is a role model because of his commitment, and he is one of our talented players.”
“Those rumors come from people who are not pleased by Zamalek’s strong form; they want to interfere with the team’s successful run, but this won’t affect our players” he concluded.
Zamalek visit Aswan on Sunday, in the second round of the 2015/16 Egyptian Premier League.