December 4, 2022

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"The counter counts. If you do not pay, it will seize your clothes."

“The counter counts. If you do not pay, it will seize your clothes.”

Mortada Mansour sent a warning message to player Mahmoud Abdel Monim Qahraba at a ceremony at Hassan Helmi Hall in White Castle headquarters following his victory in the league shield in joint games. I forgot to mention that we brought 45 million pounds from Kahraba, if you do not pay, every piece will be seized because in his costume, there are no thugs. Son, you’re on the wrong track, he’s drowned alone, I do not think we’re going to let the meters work, now the amount is 45 million, a month later they will be 50 million. Adviser Mortada Mansour, chairman of the Jamalek club’s board of directors, has denied reports that he refused to take part in a tournament for players who have not been renewed with the first football team. I declined the players’ participation and informed Ferreira. The White Castle chairman added: “The rumors are baseless. I did not talk to the coach about this. Some people are trying to bring down the Jamalek club through rumors.”

Members of the Jamalek Club’s General Assembly were eager to welcome Mortada Mansoura, President of the Jamalek Club, with the club’s flags and T-shirts and slogans: “Oh, oh, oh, lovers of the Club!” The general public will attend the first event organized by the Jamalek Club, led by consultant Mortada Mansour, on the occasion of receiving the league shield in all team sports, football, volleyball, basketball and all team sports. Volleyball, a ceremony announced by Mortada Mansour, chairman of the club’s board of directors, in recent hours. It is also worth noting that there is another big party planned after the Eid al-Fitr holiday, and political, sports and art icons associated with the Jamalek Club will be invited to attend the event.

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48 hour break from Jamalek training

In a separate context, the technical staff of the first football team in Jamalek, led by the Portuguese Josvaldo Ferreira, decided to give players a 48-hour break from team training.

The white team is set to resume its training tomorrow Saturday at the Abdel Latif Abu Regila Stadium, the club’s headquarters, to face Al-Masri al-Borsaidi.

Jamalek meets al-Masri al-Portside on Thursday, April 28, at the Bork Al Arab Stadium in Alexandria to calculate the sixteenth round of the Premier League.Read more