Ahmed Hossam “Mido”, the former coach of Zamalek, said that the latter offered Omar Marmoush, a professional among the German team Stuttgart, to move to the first team last summer.

Marmoush starred during his first participation with the national team under the leadership of Carlos Queiroz, and succeeded in leading the Pharaohs to beat the Libyan team 1-0 during the third round match of the African qualifiers for the World Cup. Watch Marmoush’s goal from here

During telephone statements to the “match” program on the “Sada Al-Balad” satellite channel, Mido said: “From the first day I saw Marmoush, I said that he is a player with a good mentality and distinctive capabilities that qualify him to play in Europe.”

He added, “Omar and his father were keen to take advantage of any opportunity to play abroad.”

He continued, “Marmoush is a well-established player at the Wadi Degla Academy. He has a culture and mentality. I think if he had continued in the Egyptian league for a year or two, he would not have been able to become professional.”

And he continued, “Traveling at an appropriate time between the 17-18 years is better because it sets the mentality of the player early.”

And he continued: “Any professional player that the Egyptian fans are proud of, Mahmoud Hassan (Trezeguet) when he plays and shines, the fans of Zamalek are proud of him, and when I was a professional player, the Al-Ahly fans were proud of me as well.”

Mido concluded his speech: “Zamalek made Marmoush an official offer during the elected white club council, and the talk was through me, and the player’s answer was clear that I will not return to Egypt at the present time and (no one talks to me about this subject) .. That is the mentality, knowing that Marmoush was at the time. A player in the Wolfsburg reserve, not the first team.”


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