The youth team summons 5 players from Zamalek

Zamalek club received an official letter from the Egyptian Football Association, notifying it to summon 5 players from the youth team, born in 2003 in the club, to join the next camp for the national youth team.

The list of selected players included: Abdul Rahman Nefad, goalkeeper, Tariq Alaa, Majed Hani, Mohamed Kamal “Omaja”, Ahmed Abdel Rahim “Isho”.

It is scheduled to start the closed camp of the national youth team in Borg El Arab in Alexandria, on the 14th of this September and continue until the 27th of the same month.

Meanwhile, the Egyptian Football Association addressed its Nigerian and Cameroonian counterparts to organize two friendly matches, bringing their teams together with the Egyptian youth team “born in 2003”.

The Egyptian youth team was scheduled to play two friendly matches against the Benin youth team, but the Benin Football Association apologized for its team’s participation in the two matches.

The Egyptian national team is preparing to enter a closed camp starting on September 14, and the technical staff of the youth team, led by Mahmoud Gaber, chose Alexandria to host the camp.

Mahmoud Jaber, coach of the youth team, believes that the last Arab championship, which the team lost its title to Saudi Arabia in the final, encouraged many professional players to request to join the team, and carry the colors of Egypt in Arab and international forums.

Jaber said, in exclusive statements to the seventh day, that the distinguished level presented by the team in the tournament, especially in the playoffs, showed the real capabilities of Egyptian football in the different age groups, explaining that he had received many messages from professionals asking to represent the team.

The coach of the youth team stressed that the technical team studies all talents abroad and seeks to make the best use of them, explaining that there is a working team that follows up on all the professional matches, and selects the right ones to represent the team.

The Egyptian team presented an exceptional copy of the Arab Youth Cup, despite losing the title at the hands of the Saudi team in the final match in which the two teams reached the penalty shootout, after the end of the original and additional match times on the impact of a positive tie with a goal for each of them.

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