Carteron sets up a special rehabilitation program for Mohamed Onajem

September 13, 2021 by archyde

French Patrice Carteron, coach of the Zamalek team, has set a special rehabilitation program for Moroccan Mohamed Onajem, who has recently returned from loan to Moroccan club Wydad, in order to prepare him for the next stage.

The technical director requested that Onajem return to the team and not renew his loan or dispense with his services in order to strengthen the ranks of Zamalek in the new season, with the departure of Moroccan Hamid Haddad.

Mohamed Onajem attended Zamalek training for the first time after returning from loan last Saturday, and the player received a warm welcome from the players and the technical staff.

In another context, Zamalek club officials headed by Hussein Labib opened a line of negotiations with the committee in charge of managing the Football Association, in order to negotiate the overdue financial dues on the White Castle, which led to the non-registration of the team’s initial list in Jabalia.

The Zamalek club administration is seeking to resolve the debt crisis owed to the Football Association, until the registration of the team’s list is officially approved, after the Players’ Affairs Committee refused to approve the list until Zamalek pays the late amounts of money.

An informed source in the Zamalek Club revealed that negotiations will be held with the Football Association administration regarding the payment of part of those debts, provided that the schedule for the other part will be completed, in order to end this crisis.

The Egyptian Football Association decided to open the door for the first registration for the next season on August 30, until next September 9, provided that the addition lists for the first section will end on October 7, the second section will be September 22, the third will be Friday September 24 and the fourth section will be September 29, while the registration of juniors, lounges and women will extend until 7. Next October plus the first week of every month.

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Natasha Kumar

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