Abdel Hafeez told FilGoal.com: “The negotiations started 3 days ago, and this measure came in accordance with the management’s decision that each sector manager must prepare a visualization that matches the current circumstances and stops the activity due to the outbreak of the Corona virus.”
He added, “This trend is global, and clubs that own more than what Al Ahly have started have the same step.”
“I started by myself, to prove that I am keen to apply the rules personally and to everyone,” Abdel Hafeez stressed.
In subsequent statements to the “Match” program via Sada Al-Balad channel, Abdel Hafeez explained, “Whoever does not support the Red Fort at this time, does not deserve to stay inside the club.”
He continued, “Reducing contracts for the technical staff or players is not stingy with Al-Ahly, but rather conditions that everyone passes at the present time.”
And he added, “Everyone who works in Al-Ahly must support the club in the current circumstances, especially since the Red Castle does not delay in supporting anyone working inside it.”
Abdel Hafeez explained that he consulted with 7 players on the team, including the trio whose contracts expire at the end of the season, Sharif Ekrami, Ahmed Fathi and Hussam Ashour, as leaders of the team, and found a welcome from them according to his expression.
Sports activity in Egypt has stopped since mid-March.
In a similar step, Al-Ahly preceded the clubs of the Arab Contractors and El-Gouna Clubs.
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