Al-Emarat Al-Youm learned that the Egyptian Al-Ahly administration began to secretly support the head of the temporary committee of Zamalek Club, Hussein Labib, to run for the White Castle elections scheduled for next November, for fear that Mortada Mansour would return to head the club again.
Al-Ahly club president, Mahmoud Al-Khatib, instructed the club’s channel management and the official website not to attack Zamalek in any situation during that period, while the Red Castle administration is preparing to send a congratulatory telegram to its counterpart in Zamalek on the occasion of winning the league, after its official coronation.
The Al-Ahly administration entered into several problems with the former president of Zamalek Club, Mortada Mansour, which reached the point of resorting to the court for a ruling.
Hussein Labib intends to run in the upcoming Zamalek elections for the presidential seat, based on the achievements the club has achieved under his leadership, the latest of which is its approach to crowning the league title, which has been absent from the club for six years.
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