Mortada Mansour believes sorcery is behind Zamalek’s goal drought

Mortada Mansour believes sorcery is behind Zamalek’s goal drought
Mortada Mansour believes sorcery is behind Zamalek’s goal drought

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour said that his side is struggling to score goals due to the usage of sorcery.

Zamalek failed to win any of their last three games and were held to two goalless draws in a row against Smouha and Entag El-Harby.

Following their draw against Entag, Mansour blamed the usage of sorcery.

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“Our opponents’ nets have been blocked due to sorcery that was used by Mamdouh Abbas [Zamalek’s ex-president], Hany Attal [Zamalek’s vice preisdent] and Sayed Abdelhafiz [Al Ahly’s sporting director],” Mansour said after the game.

“This is not sports. Our players did their best but if they would’ve played for 100 years they would not have scored.

“The referee didn’t give us a penalty but we drew due to sorcery,” he concluded.

Zamalek now sit fourth with 15 points and will face Zesco United on the 28th of December in the CAF Champions League. Meanwhile, Entag occupy the fifth spot with 15 points ahead of their clash against Gouna next week.

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