Hany Zada: Kahraba will continue his career abroad
Zamalek board member Hany Zada talked about Zamalek loanee Mahmoud Kahraba, saying that he will continue his career abroad.
Kahraba moved to Saudi side Ittihad Jeddah last summer on loan from Zamalek and became one of their key players, scoring 16 league goals, which made him the second top league scorer, six goals behind Al Ahli’s Omar Al-Somah.
“Kahraba became accustomed to playing abroad. He will continue his career abroad. He is getting a lot of money and the bonuses in Saudi Arabia are hefty,” Hany Zada told Sada El-Balad TV Channel.
“Mohamed Helmy, former Zamalek manager, with all due respect has made a lot of mistakes and one of them is letting Kahraba leave on loan,” he added.
“As a coach it’s not my duty to think about the financial situation. I should see if the player is important for me and then if he is, the board would tell me if we need to sell him or not,” he concluded.
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