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Zamalek’s Shehata insists on foreign referee for Egypt Cup final

Hassan Shehata demands foreign referees for the game against ENPPI in Egypt Cup final on 11 October citing poor performance by Egyptian umpires

Mahmoud Mohamed, Monday 3 Oct 2011
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Zamalek’s coach Shehata (Photo by Bassam El-Zoghby)
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Zamalek coach Hassan Shehata has asked his team management to bring foreign referee crew to officiate the Egypt Cup final game against ENPPI on 11 October.

Sources to Al-Ahram Sports gate reported that the 64-year old tactician is not confident of the Egyptian referees due to the poor performance of the referee in the the game against Haras El-Hodoud in Egypt Cup semis last Saturday.

Zamalek booked their place in the final of Egypt Cup after beating Haras El-Hodoud 2-1 while ENPPI reached the same round by defeating Arab Contractors 9-8 after tie-breaking penalty kicks.

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