Zamalek to fine midfielder Hassan for absence
Zamalek midfielder Ahmed Hassan could be punished from the team's management because of his 'unjustified' absence from trainings for the second day respectively.
"Hassan will be fined for his absence from Zamalek's preparations for Mazembe game," read a statement on the club's official website on Friday.
The Cairo giants concluded their preparations for Sunday's crucial with participation of all the team's players excepting the former Ahly midfielder who continued his absence for the second day.
Under the helm on new tactician Jorvan Vieira, Zamalek will announce the names of Mazembe clash final squad on Saturday.
"The technical staff will announce the team's player list for Mazembe on Saturday," the statement added.
Zamalek are at the bottom of CAF Champions League Group B with no points after three rounds. They are scheduled to take on DR Congo's Mazembe on Sunday
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