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Mathlouthi fails to gain Carteron's confidence in Zamalek, and he is waiting for him

Tunisian Hamza Mathlouthi, right back to Zamalek, failed to win the confidence of French Patrice Carteron, the coach of the team, after appearing at a modest level during his team's past matches, despite giving him more than one chance to prove himself.

Carteron was keen to give Mathlouthi the opportunity to participate in more than one match with Zamalek, to find out his technical level before the end of the season, and determine whether or not it will continue, according to the decision of the technical staff, which requested a long period to see the player inside the green rectangle, to determine a technical point of view towards him.

The departure became the closest fate to Hamza Mathlouthi with Zamalek, in light of Carteron's lack of belief in the level of the player in the recent period, but matters will be finally settled after the end of the current season.

Hamza Mathlouthi’s contract with Zamalek includes a clause stating that the club has the right to terminate the contract with the player for free without paying any penal conditions after the end of the first season in the contract extending for 3 seasons in the event that he is not convinced of his technical level, which will be determined by Carteron after the end of the season.

Zamalek is preparing to face Enppi next Friday evening, within the matches of the 22nd week of the Premier League competition, and Al-Ahly and Zamalek tied in the last round of the league competition, raising the degree of excitement in the tournament, in which Zamalek ranks first with 45 points, while Al-Ahly comes second with 41 A point so far, however, Al-Ahmar has a chance to snatch the lead from his traditional rivals if he deals with the remaining matches in the league as unbeaten cup matches.

Al-Ahly has two postponed matches against the Aswan and Masr Al-Maqsas teams, and in the event that Al-Ahmar wins the two matches, it will take the lead and clinch the top from Zamalek, two points ahead of its traditional rivals, which supports Al-Ahmar's chances to retain the league title for the sixth year in a row.