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Zamalek caretaker coach Khaled Galal promises to win Egypt Cup trophy

Mahmoud Elassal , Friday 13 Apr 2018
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Zamalek caretaker coach Khaled Galal (Photo: Zamalek official website)
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Zamalek caretaker coach Khaled Galal has promised on Thursday to meet fans' expectations in coming games, including winning the Egyptian Cup trophy.
 
After losing to Ismaily, Maqassa and Ittihad, Zamalek management terminated the contract of previous coach Ihab Galal and named Khaled Galal as the team's caretaker coach.
 
"We have to win all the coming games," Khaled Galal told Zamalek's official website.
 
"I will fight with all the team's players to achieve the Egypt Cup title to finish the season with a trophy, and we will compete in the Super Cup as well as secure a place in the CAF Confederation Cup next season," the caretaker coach added.
 
"I am confident of Zamalek's players' ability to get through the current bad atmosphere and will work hard with them to get back to our winning ways," Galal said.
 
Zamalek are third in the league table with 54 points, six adrift of second-placed Ismaily and two clear of fourth-placed Masry, who still have three games in hand.
 
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