Mahmoud Genish added: “God knows that I have spared no effort or a point of sweat in order to serve my home, Zamalek Club. I wish the team success in what is to come.”
Mahmoud Jensh participated with Zamalek in 114 games throughout his career with the White Castle, which extends since the 2011 season until now, with 73 matches in the Premier League, 12 matches in the African Champions League, 14 matches in the Confederation, 14 matches in the Egypt Cup and a match in the Egyptian Super.
During those matches, he conceded 79 goals, kept a clean sheet in 58 matches, received 7 warnings and was sent off in two matches.
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