An unfortunate day for the Egyptian trio in the British Open Squash...
- SQUASH: Both British Open defending champions defeated in semi-finals
- Mohamed Helmy announces decision to leave Zamalek
- CAF names referees for Al Masry Confederation Cup playoff match
- Mortada announces Mohamed Helmy’s departure
- Angola appoint Flávio as assistant manager
- SQUASH: Potential all Egyptian men’s final awaits ahead of semi-finals
- El Shaarawy: My relationship with Salah is great, I am attached to Egypt
- Mayuka ruled out of Zambia’s friendly against Zimbabwe
- Mido: Hamed, El-Said the smartest in Egyptian football
- Misr El-Maqassa beat Al Masry to close gap on leaders Al Ahly
Mohamed Sahil vows to make life difficult for Zamalek
“We know that the situation is not that good after the big loss in Alexandria last week, but the players are well aware of their huge responsibility,’’ Sahil told Moroccan media outlet MEDI1TV.
“The players are ready to fight and believe in what are called ‘miracles’ in football; we will try to make it a bad night for Zamalek,’’ he exclaimed.
Zamalek put one foot in the 2016 CAF Champions League final after their 4-0 win in the first leg in Alexandria, but Wydad will be looking to mount a comeback on Saturday, at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.