Koehler admonishing the Egyptians: Life, like living, requires a lot of effort to achieve goals

Koehler admonishing the Egyptians: Life, like living, requires a lot of effort to achieve goals
Koehler admonishing the Egyptians: Life, like living, requires a lot of effort to achieve goals
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Marcel Kohler, the technical director of Al-Ahly, was keen to communicate with the Egyptian fans through his personal account on Facebook, by talking about the customs and values ​​of the Egyptian people.

Kohler said through his personal account, after putting his picture on the Egyptian bread, saying: “Thousands of years ago, the ancient Egyptians considered bread as a source of life.. Even in the Egyptian dialect, the word “aish” is used in the sense of bread to refer to life.”

He continued, “Like bread of bread, it takes a lot of effort, patience, and passion to achieve your goals.. The Egyptians say, ‘I ate with you bread and salt,’ meaning that we will always remain on the covenant as brothers and sisters forever.”

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AndThe Al-Ahly coaching staff, led by Swiss Marcel, is studying Kohler It is enough to conclude 4 deals during the current winter transfer period, so that the file is closed after the completion of the inclusion of a super foreign striker, to meet the needs of the technical staff, which the Al-Ahly administration is working on at the present time.

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In terms of reactions to the National Bank match, Marcel Koller expressed his happiness at the victory over the National Bank, in the match that was held on Saturday evening at Cairo Stadium in the fifteenth round of the Premier League championship, stressing that such matches are what decide the league competition, especially since The teams are fighting for points, and Koller explained during his speech at the press conference: “We knew that the bank match would not be easy, after the great effort that the team made against Zamalek, and the game after only 48 hours in front of the National Bank.”

And he continued: “We created chances for the opponent, but we scored a single goal for Mohamed Sharif, and on a personal level, I am happy that the player continues to score goals.” The coach confirmed that his philosophy as a coach is to fight during every match the team plays in order to win.

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