Abdul Qader Saeed
Thursday 24 October 2019
Club president Zamalek, Mortada Mansour, said the Egyptian state emerged victorious in the crisis of postponement of the summit and the league that led to the curtain.
In the comments to Zamalek's official program, Mortada Mansour said: "At the beginning we are not a party in the Al-Ahly and El-Gouna crisis, but I would like to say that it was the state that finally won."
Ahli had rejected the Football Association's decision to postpone the summit for security reasons to freeze its participation in the championship until it faced Zamalek first, who was rejected.
The Football Association has announced the postponement of the entire league until after the African nations have postponed the clash between Ahli and El Gouna, scheduled for Wednesday.
Zamalek's leader: "Ahli did not emerge victorious, and Zamalek also did not win, but the prestige of the state he won."
"The Khatib administration should have respected the minister's visit to the president's home and accepted the El Gouna game, but this did not happen," said Mansour.