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El-Badry: Zamalek players should know that there is still hope
The South African side came closer to winning their first ever continental title after beating Zamalek 3-0 on Saturday in the first leg of the African Champions League final.
“I advice Zamalek players, administration and technical staff not to lose hope. Everyone should have more trust in the team and stick together in the coming period,” El-Badry said.
Al Ahly’s coach thinks that with enough confidence, Zamalek still has a chance to win the championship. “Nothing is impossible in football.”
“Players should have their confidence boosted again and calmly get back to action,” he concluded.
The second leg will be played on Borg El-Arab stadium on the 23rd of October.