Cajuda delighted with big win

الجمعة، 11 أغسطس 2006 - 06:29

كتب : Amro Hassan

Cajuda

Zamalek coach Manuel Cajuda expressed his happiness with his team 3-0 win over Enppi in the Egyptian League game played on Thursday.

Second half goals from Tarek Al-Sayed and a debut strike for Amr Zaki gave Zamalek the much needed win following their season opening defeat against Tanta.

"We played a big game, Enppi had some chances in the first half but we posed more danger, and in the second half we showed superiority by scoring three goals," Cajuda said following the game.

The Portuguese coach added that the club's board instability was the main reason behind the team's bad performances in the last period, adding that with a new president appointed, he and his players can concentrate more on football matters.

"We only had 13 players ready for today's game, that's why I'll be working on preparing two players in each position to increase the competition between the players."

Meanwhile, Enppi coach Rainer Zobel said that he was so disappointed with the defeat, adding that it's his worst day since he arrived in Egypt to take over the team.

"I had high hopes of my team following our strong performance against Ahli in the Super Cup, but the players didn’t implement my instructions," Zobel said.

"After conceding the first goal, we played with three strikers trying to get back in the game, and that's why we had free areas at the back that helped Zamalek score again."

However the German coach showed support to his goalkeeper Mostafa Kamal, saying that his mistake was a usual fluke any player can concede and insisting that Kamal will remain in his position as the team's first choice goalie.

Kamal totally misjudged Al-Sayed's free kick which resulted in Zamalek's first goal before the left back caught him off his line to score the second.

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