Ibrahim Hassan, the former Egyptian soccer star, denied what Osama Nabih, the former Zamalek player, said he wanted to disperse the ball in front of him in order not to score the goal.
Ibrahim Hassan said in statements toFilGoal.com: “The story that Osama Nabih told about talking to me during the match in order to scatter the ball in front of him is absolutely incorrect.”
“This has never happened and he did not talk to me during the meeting about the matter,” he said.
Osama Nabih had announced on Thursday evening via Ontime Sports channel that during his playing for the Ghazal Al-Mahalla team, he faced Zamalek in the Egypt Cup semi-final in a match won by Zamalek with two goals to one goal.
According to Nabih, he missed some opportunities in that match. Some of them were unsuccessful, while others “my heart did not taste” as described.
Nabih said that in one of the balls, Ibrahim Hassan demanded that the ball be scattered in front of him before he scored.
Zamalek won the Egyptian Cup title for this season 2001/2002, after Zamalek defeated the municipality of Mahalla in the final with the goal of Abdel Halim Ali.
And with the start of the following season, Osama Nabih returned to Zamalek Club from El-Mahalla spinning. He himself scored the goal of Zamalek winning the Egyptian Super Cup at the expense of the Arab contractors in extra time.
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