Jensh: I was about to return to Zamalek, and Future gave me the best treatmentThank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Mahmoud Jensh, the future goalkeeper, confirmed that he was about to return to Zamalek again, but he respected the adherence of the Future administration to him, saying: “From the beginning, I did not want to leave Zamalek, and I intended to retire inside because I did nothing.”
Jensh added, in televised statements to On Time Sports 1: “The Zamalek Committee wanted me to move to the Federation, but I chose Future because they treated me the best and stood by me in my ordeal.”
And the future goalkeeper continued: “I do not like to say that I left Zamalek (forcibly against me), but they told me that I do not complete the season with them, and therefore I looked for another offer, and whatever happened, it is not right for the security to prevent me from getting on the Zamalek bus. Did you leave because of the liquidation? Calculations? My departure from the camp with Zamalek was a reaction.”
He explained: “I am a player in my current condition and I do not have problems. What I can say is that Zamalek Betty and Amir Mortada Mansour spoke to me, and confirmed the technical staff’s desire to contract with me, but I explained my point of view about leaving the club.”
The Future team qualified for the African Confederation Cup group stage after defeating the Angolan first Augustus team on penalties, 3/2, during the match that brought the two teams together at Al Salam Stadium in the second leg of the 32nd supplementary round of the tournament.
#Jensh #return #Zamalek #Future #gave #treatment