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The title holder of the last edition of the Egyptian League championship, Zamalek Club, sacked its Portuguese coach, Gisualdo Ferreira, after losing to Ghazl El Mahalla 1-2 on Tuesday, at El Mahalla Stadium, as part of the competitions of the fifteenth stage of the Egyptian League, which witnessed a difficult victory for the leaders, Al-Ahly, over its guest. National Bank 1-0.

Club President Mortada Mansour announced the dismissal of the coaching staff of the first team, led by Ferreira.

Mansour published a statement on his official Facebook page, saying, “The board of directors of Zamalek Club (…) announces its decision, which was postponed two days ago regarding the technical staff, which it took the day before yesterday in its last meeting.”

Mortada thanked Ferreira and his foreign auxiliary staff, including the fitness coach, pointing to the appointment of Osama Nabih as technical director of the first team, with Amir Mortada Mansour continuing to supervise the football team, in addition to his previous responsibility for the football sector in the club, with Ismail. Youssef, director of football.

Al-Mahalla advanced with the goals of Nigerian Gabriel Orek (4) and Ahmed Al-Nadri (19), and Zamalek narrowed the difference through Ahmed Sayed “Zizou” (62 from a penalty kick).

It is the second loss in a row for Zamalek after falling to its traditional rivals, Al-Ahly leaders, 0-3 in the last stage, as it has become 11 points behind it, and the third this season, to freeze its balance at 26 points in fifth place.

El-Mahalla raised its tally to 25 points, in seventh place.

For his part, Al-Ahly continued its series of victories with a difficult victory at the expense of Al-Ahly Bank with a clean goal at Cairo International Stadium.

Al-Ahly waited until the 32nd minute to translate his control into the goal of progress, after Ahmed Abdel-Qader passed an elaborate cross to the one coming from behind, Marawan Attia, who hit it, bounced from the hand of Abu Jabal, and found the follower, Mohamed Sharif, who shot it into the goal.

The balance of the bank, which received its seventh loss this season and the second in a row, was frozen at 12 points in the sixteenth place.

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