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Hazem Emam: I could start my coaching career soon at Zamalek
Zamalek legend Hazem Emam has admitted that he could soon take over a coaching position at his former club.
Emam has played for Zamalek from 1996 till 1996, he then Serie A side Udinese and spending there 4 years before returning to the White Castle again in 2001 where his second spell lasted till 2008, the year which he announced his retirement.
“I want to go into the coaching experience, and I want it to be at Zamalek,” Emam said in a televised interview.
“However, I am still waiting for the right moment.”
“It is possible that I occupy a coaching role soon at Zamalek, but everything will take place in the appropriate moment,” he concluded.