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Former Zamalek defender Mohammed Kofi opens up on why he left the club

Published on: 23 March 2020

Former Zamalek defender, Mohammed Kofi has revealed that he left the Egyptian club some seasons ago because of a fracass between him and club President Mortada Mansour.

The Ivorian who now plays for Smouha said he left Zamalek because, president Mortada Mansour threw water to his face.

In an interview to reveal why he left the club he said,"I left Zamalek after the club president threw water on my face, but I forgive him and love him and consider him like my father.", he told Echo Channel

"I was sad for the way I left, but I spoke to my colleagues and told them that I cannot continue on the team."

"I told my colleagues that I respect them and love them, and I told them that Zamalek remains, but Kofi will leave and the club president will also leave", he added.




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