Wael Gomaa talks about Al-Ahly’s victory in the Super
Wael Gomaa, the former director of football at Al-Ahly, talked about the Reds’ African Super Cup title.
The former Red Devils star expressed his happiness for the achievement, which the team missed for 7 years.
Moreover, Al-Ahly reached the Champions League semi-finals to face Tunisia’s Esperance after beating Sun Downs 3-1.
Furthermore, Al-Ahly is in second place in the league table and has 6 matches postponed.
Wael Gomaa About Al-Ahly deals
Wael Gomaa said, “The players’ physical exhaustion is behind the decline in performance at times. It is admirable that the team continues achieving good results.”
While about Mosimane, he said: “There are things that need more work, especially after the administration supported him. The coach has been trying to improve performance since he took over the job 7 months ago.”
He continued, “Mousimani benefited from the strong start with the Reds, after achieving the Champions League and Egyptian Cup.”
He explained, “The coach has to set up an external camp next season and overcome injuries and stress.”
Regarding the deals, he said: “Ahmed Yasser Rayan, the striker loaned to Ceramica Cleopatra, must return next season.”
And he continued: “Al-Ahly needs to sign with 4 players. They should be a playmaker, a forward, a right-back, and a right-wing.”
He concluded by complimenting a number of Egyptian League coaches, such as Ali Maher, coach of Al-Masry, Ahmed Sami, coach of Smouha, and Khaled Eid, coach of Al-Mahalla.