With the pressure mounting in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek head coach, Patrice Carteron have started to feel the heat and be now blames EPL fixture schedule and he is claiming that Al Ahly's remaining games are easy games and it will be like friendly matches since they will be facing weaker teams.
Al Ahly has reacted to tales that they may sack Pitso Mosimane. The South African conceived mentor has gone under a ton of pundits and tension after his group's loss in the Egyptian Super Cup. There were tales that the club is thinking about Zamalek mentor Patrice Carteron to supplant Mosimane.
Al Ahly spokesperson Adli El Keiy said he's not happy with the way media professionals are spreading fake news about Pitso Mosimane. It upsets me that some of the media professionals follow what agents say, Al Ahly don’t think about signing Carteron (Zamalek coach) and do not think about replacing Mosimane.”
Al Ahly has responded to rumours that they might sack Pitso Mosimane. The South African born coach has come under a lot of critics and pressure following his team's defeat in the Egyptian Super Cup. There were rumours that the club is considering Zamalek coach Patrice Carteron to replace Mosimane.
Source: Zamalek Coach Sends Clear Message After Pulling Clear Of Al Ahly (soccerladuma.co.za) Patrice Carteron the head coach of Zamalek sends a message to his players after Pitso Mosimane has moved closer with just a gap between the two teams by only four points as Al Ahly is narrowing the gap.
The head coach of Al Ahly Pitso Mosimane has revealed that he was insulted by Zamalek coach yesterday. The Red Devils managed to claim bragging rights on Cairo Derby Sunday. This comes after the club managed to win against their arch rivals Zamalek. A brace from Mohamed Sherif was enough to give Mosimane's charges maximum points. Mosimane remained unbeaten in domestic competitions since he took over from last year. However the former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor said he was not happy how Zamalek coaches conducted
After pulling four points clear of Pitso Mosimane's Al Ahly, Zamalek head coach Patrice Carteron has issued a clear warning to his team. After a 1-0 win over Wadi Degla on Tuesday, Zamalek moved four points clear at the top of the Egyptian Premier League standings, while Al Ahly drew 0-0 with El Gaish.