Tarek Yehia apologises to Zamalek fans after win with El-Gaish

Tarek Yehia apologises to Zamalek fans after win with El-Gaish
Tarek Yehia apologises to Zamalek fans after win with El-Gaish

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Tala’a El-Gaish coach Tarek Yehia has ridiculed talks about being lenient against former club Zamalek, but at the same time he apologised to the Whites’ fans for defeating the team in the Egyptian Premier League on Monday.

El-Gaish have defeated Zamalek 3-2 in the eighth round of the Egyptian Premier League.

Tala’a El-Gaish have appointed Yehia as their new first team manager, following Sergio Farias’ departure back in November.

Last season the 58-year-old was appointed as caretaker for Zamalek after Swiss manager Christian Gross left the club.

“I thank God for the win. The situation at El-Gaish is tough and I have several problems because of injuries,” Yehia said post match.

“Some said that I rested seven players against Zamalek. Shame on these people.”

“I apologise to Zamalek fans, excuse me for our difficult position in the league and this is my job. I worked at Zamalek for a month and a half giving my all.”

“My job is coaching and defeating all teams. Enough what is being said about me, we had six injured players. The game became more difficult after the missed penalty but at the end we were up to responsibility and appeared in a good shape achieving the win.”

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