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VIDEO: Mortada with scathing attack on Abdel-Wahed

Mortada Mansour

chairman has attacked former goalkeeper after the latter presented the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) with documents that could result in the club being handed a transfer ban.

The current Misr El-Maqassa keeper, who defended the Whites’ goal for a staggering 17 years, presented the EFA with a complaint against the club, alongside former right-back Ahmed Samir.

Speaking to Al-Nahar, Mortada attacked both players’ decisions to appeal to court, with the club owing Abdel-Wahed a reported 7.4 million EGP and Samir 4.2 million EGP.

“I’ll chop off the hand of whoever wants to inflict a transfer ban on the club, stay away from Zamalek,” Mortada said.

“Abdel-Wahed is a terrible goalkeeper anyway, he’s an embarrassment. He earned about 18 million EGP in his time at the club, and he didn’t do anything to Zamalek.

“He used to laugh when a goal was conceded, and cry when Zamalek scored. In fact, we signed [current striker] Khaled Kamar after the comedic goal he scored against Abdel-Wahed [in last season’s Group B decider].

“Abdel-Wahed left all the late salaries for four years and he didn’t want a dime from [former club president] , and now he wants them. Ahmed Gaafar, Nour El-Sayed, Arafa El-Sayed.

“I’m paying all of the debts Mamdouh Abbas left, I’m giving money away! Did Samir forget his wife’s fake club ID which could’ve sent him to court?”

Al Ahly fanatic and Italian football aficionado. Working on a degree in Business Administration at the American University in Cairo.

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