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Zamalek training .. Watch Carteron's relationship with Osama Nabih after rumors of disagreements

The training of the first football team at the Zamalek club, which was held this evening, Tuesday, at the Abdel Latif Abu Rujaila stadium, witnessed an improvement in the relationship between the Frenchman Patrice Carteron, the technical director, and Osama Nabih, the general coach, after the recent events that occurred between the two.

Carteron appeared during the training leadership next to Osama Nabih, where the two exchanged technical opinions about Zamalek's readiness to face the Arab Contractors, scheduled for 9:30 pm next Thursday at Cairo International Stadium in the eighteenth round of the league championship confrontations.

Carteron held a quick session with the players before the start of training, and the coach explained to the players the team’s program during the coming period, and the preparations for facing the Arab Contractors.


The players of the team, who participated in yesterday's confrontation with Al-Ahly Bank in the Premier League, went through a series of qualifying exercises in the gymnasium, and French Patrice Carteron decided to only take the main players in a set of qualifying exercises, to ensure that they were not exhausted.


The players participated in recreational exercises, and saw the players divided into two groups and played the ball by hand, where the focus was on the speed of the players' reaction and pressure on the opponent in the position of movement and stability.


A group of vigorous physical exercises was held, and the players fought special physical classes under the supervision of Fernando, the loads officer in the technical staff, which began with a sprint race, and then another paragraph for controlling the ball.


The players participated in a strong division in a part of the stadium under the supervision of the French coach, Patrice Carteron, Zamalek's coach, and the division witnessed strong competition between the two teams, where many players shine, most notably Marwan Hamdy, Mahmoud Abdel Rahim Jensh, Mohamed Ashraf Rouqa and Islam Jaber.