Portuguese coach Jesvaldo Ferreira, Zamalek coach, is considering resting the team’s goalkeeper, Mohamed Abu Jabal, in the next confrontation against the Vanguards of the Army in the 19th round of the league scheduled for next Tuesday, and starting with Mohamed Awad, after the fluctuating level of the international goalkeeper and his departure from his focus in more than one ball in the last meeting against Enppi, which led The team lost by two clean goals, which had a great impact on the fans’ excitement against the international goalkeeper.
In the coming hours, Ferreira will be studying more than one player who appeared at a low level during the last meeting in order to search for an alternative for them in light of the demands to continue the journey and compete for the league until the last breath.
At the same time, a state of relief prevailed within the technical staff after reassuring the return of Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala from injury and the return of Imam Ashour from suspension, which the technical director considers one of the important papers in carrying out his mission on the field.
In the past hours, Ferreira intensified his training to treat the missed opportunities that caused the loss of the last Enppi match in the league, and Ferreira relied on offensive diversity to take advantage of half-opportunities in preparation for the pioneers of the army.
Portuguese Ferreira tried to put a training paragraph for midfielders and strikers to treat missed opportunities by diversifying the attack between shooting from a variety of distances and places.
Ferreira focused on other solutions to reach the opponents’ goal, such as trying to break through and play on the outskirts of the field by taking advantage of the backs’ progress.
Zamalek fell in the first matches of the second round of the Egyptian League, losing 0-2 to Enppi in the 18th round of the competition. Al-Ahly 3-5 and Smouha 0-2.
The loss of Zamalek represents a valuable gift for Al-Ahly and Pyramids, the direct competitors of the white team at the top of the Egyptian league table this season.
Despite the loss, Zamalek remained at the top of the Egyptian league standings with 41 points, 3 points ahead of Pyramids, who played a lesser match and could, if they win, snatch the lead.