The former Zamalek player, Tunisian Hamdi El-Naqaz, expressed his dissatisfaction with what he was exposed to in the "White Castle" and his teammate and son of his country Ferjani Sassi abandoned him during the crisis of breaking his contract with the club and the accompanying repercussions, as he put it.

Al-Naqaz said in an interview with the Tunisian “Al-Hiwar” channel, and the Egyptian media highlighted it: “Sassi did not even speak to me in my crisis with Zamalek, and I am shocked about it, especially since we were brought up together and played in Zamalek and our relationship was strong so I have no explanation to avoid asking me about me. Perhaps he was afraid of the Zamalek reaction. "

Al-Naqaz had been accused of the Zamalek administration of delaying treatment for injury at a time when the player was demanding his late dues, which prompted him to file a complaint with the FIFA, which decided to fine Zamalek one million and 250 thousand dollars for the benefit of Al-Nagaz in addition to his full dues.

Al-Naqaz, who moved to play in the Lithuanian Sudova team, explained: "My crisis is not with Zamalek but with people in the management of the club, and Sassi did not even try to talk to me on the phone. In contrast, the Al-Ahly player and the Tunisian team Ali Maaloul always called me and reassured me about my conditions during the crisis, as well as Ibn My other country and my friend, the Ismaili player Fakhr Al-Din Bin Youssef, and I thank them for the truth about their position.

The Tunisian player indicated that he had fallen into a lot of problems with Zamalek president Mortada Mansour during his time wearing the white shirt, and said: "Zamalek Club does not belong to his fans, but rather Mortada Mansour personally."

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