Swiss Marcel Koller, coach of the first football team at Al-Ahly Club, renewed his request to manage the Red Castle, with the need to contract with Namibian international Peter Shalulele and Cassius Melola, the South African Mamelodi Sun Downs attack duo, during the upcoming summer transfers, to support the red team’s offensive line, After the Swiss Khawaja decided not to return Hossam Hassan, Salah Mohsen and the Congolese Walter Bwalya, the strikers of the red team loaned to Smouha, Ceramica and Al-Qadisiyah Saudi Arabia, in addition to the instability of the level of Muhammad Sharif and the possibility of South African Percy Tau being injured, and Marcel’s lack of conviction in the technical and physical condition of Shadi Hussein, to agree to his departure During the next summer Mercato.
Kohler’s pressure to sign the Sun Downs duo came after they performed admirably in the current version of the African Champions League, and played the biggest role in Mamelodi’s close approach to qualifying for the quarter-finals after his big victory, 4-1, over the Algerian capital, Algiers, at Nelson Mandela Stadium. in Algeria.
Excessive money prevents hiring Justin and Peter
The crisis lies in the expected exaggeration by Sun Downs officials in the financial demands in exchange for ending the Shaluleel and Cassius deals, especially since the Red Castle management was unable to obtain the services of Uruguayan Justin Sirenio, the former Mamelodi wing, two years ago for financial reasons.
Koller had rejected all the nominations of the Al-Ahly administration from the African strikers who defend the colors of the local league teams, with the exception of the Angolan Christopho Mabululu, the top scorer of the Alexandrian Federation, who focuses on how European professionalism is more than his desire to continue in the Egyptian League, after some Portuguese clubs opened channels of communication with Mabululu recently.
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