The Egyptian League has its share of controversy, but some of the events that have been a cause for concern have taken place in this competition. The league’s most recent suspension came due to an argument over a controversial penalty, which resulted in a pitch invasion and fights. Nevertheless, the league has had some positive results over the years.
Zamalek has won the Egyptian League
The Egyptian Premier League has been won by Zamalek for the second time in a row. The team has won 14 titles in total, including back-to-back titles in 2002/03 and 2003/04. They will now focus on the Egypt Cup, where they will face Al Masry in the quarter-finals on Tuesday.
The team won 24 matches and drew three. They also lost four. Among their opponents this season were Al-Ahly and the Pyramids. In their next match, they will play Al-Ittihad of Alexandria. They will also play Al-Masry in the last round, while they will face Eastern Company.
Misr Lel Makasa has the worst attack in the Egyptian League
Misr Lel Makasa has suffered one of the worst attacks in Egypt’s modern history: a suicide bombing at a mosque. The attack left more than 300 people dead, including 27 children. In the aftermath, Egyptian security officials pledged to respond with “brute force.” While attacks on mosques are relatively rare in Egypt, Islamic State has been succemoressful targeting Coptic churches and pilgrims, not Muslim places of worship.
Although ISIS did not claim responsibility, the group still maintains a presence in Egypt and inspires local Islamist extremist groups. In response to the attack, the Egyptian military carried out airstrikes on “terrorist outposts” and destroyed vehicles used by the perpetrators.
Ismaily finished 9th in the Egyptian League
Ismaily have been struggling for form in recent weeks. The club have gone six games without a win and are only ahead of the relegation zone by goal difference. The team has managed three draws and three defeats in that time. Their last game was a 0-0 draw with Arab Contractors on Friday. Late in the game, the Ismaily team shouted for a penalty, but the referee dismissed the case without reviewing through VAR. The Ismaily players and officials felt that the referee had been hard done by.
Ismaily was founded in 1924. They were relegated to the second division in 1958 and got promoted to the top league in 1963. Some of their top players included Mohamed Sedik, Sayed Abdel Monem, and Mimi Darwish. In 1967, Ismaily won the Egyptian league and beat the likes of Zamalek and Al-Ahly Yalla shoot.
Future FC finished 5th in the Egyptian League
Future FC finished fifth in the Egyptian League last weekend after a 4-0 victory over Smouha. Nasser Maher scored a hat-trick and Mohamed Reda scored once. The win was Future FC’s first against Smouha since their resurgence in February.
The Egyptian League is a competitive competition, with the winner of each game advancing to the next round. It’s not difficult to see why the teams that have been in the top half of the table are in such good shape. If they can find a way to win their remaining matches, they’ll be able to stay in the top four.
Pyramids FC has been acquired by Turki Al-Sheikh
Since the club was formed in 2008, Pyramids FC has become a football powerhouse in Egypt. Formerly known as Al Assiouty Sport, the team now plays in the Egyptian Premier League. Founded in the ancient town of Beni Seuf, Pyramids FC first achieved promotion to the top flight in 2014. With the new owner, Pyramids FC have remained in the top flight.
The new owners are investing in the club, and the club is launching a TV channel in Egypt, which focuses on Egyptian football. The channel has a huge budget, and has signed up some of the best pundits from the country. Some of these pundits include Mido, Ibrahim Hassan, and Khaled El-Ghandour. Pyramids FC also announced the signing of several international players, including Carlos Eduardo from Goias. Other players acquired include Ribamar and Arthur, both from Atletico Paranaense.
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