Mahmoud Fayez, the assistant coach of Hector Cuper, the former coach of the Egyptian national team and the current DR Congo coach, revealed a previous official communication for the Argentine to take over the leadership of Zamalek.
Hector Cuper led DR Congo to the final stage of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers and is waiting for the draw to determine the opponent.
“Indeed, there has been communication from some mediators with Hector Cuper regarding the national team,” Fayez said via Ontime Sports.
He explained, “At that time, there was a proposal for the names of the national team players, such as Pacheco, Carteron and Cuper.”
Fayez stressed, “Cooper could not have accepted the team’s offer because of his commitment to contracting with the Democratic Republic of the Congo, whatever the financial value.”
Mahmoud Fayez revealed, “There was an official communication from Zamalek for Cuper to lead the team, and this happened through Ibrahim Abdullah, but Cuper wanted to lead a team.”
And about his opinion on the leadership of Al-Abyad, he explained, “For me, Zamalek was amalgamated at the time, and things were very difficult, despite the possibility of reaching the African final.”
Speaking about the difference between Al-Ahly and Zamalek, he said: “Stability is the difference. The spirit of the player coming from Al-Ahly is somewhat higher, while Zamalek is more skilled, but in the end they are great players.”
Fayez concluded his statements, “Cooper contracted with the Democratic Republic of the Congo until 2023, at the time of the African Nations in Cote d’Ivoire. They are committed to a project, regardless of the upcoming results, but our ambition is to qualify for the World Cup.”
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