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Martin Jol: I am committed to Al Ahly
Martin Jol has stated that he is pleased with Al Ahly, and he will not leave them at the end of the season if he receives offers from Europe.
Last week, Jol commented that he is very pleased with his team’s performances.
The Dutch manager reiterated today that he is very pleased with his experience with Al Ahly as he is ‘coaching the biggest team in Africa.’ The former Tottenham manager said, “I am committed to my contract at Ahly, and I am pleased to deal with a professional management.”
Jol also remarked on Ahly’s next league match against Entag El-Harby: “We are getting ready for our match against Entag El-Harby, as they are a very tough opponent and have a real chance to finish top four.”
Al Ahly have collected 62 points, eight more than second-placed Zamalek, after 28 matches.