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"The Future of Zamalek" player Al-Abyad leads the team to the second successive victory in North Africa

The Egyptian youth team succeeded in defeating Algeria with one goal in the North African Championship.

The Egyptian youth team played today against Algeria in the second round of the North African Championship held in Tunisia.

And the only goal of the Egyptian team was scored by the player Ahmed Echo, the rising player and youth of Zamalek.

To become Aisho's second goal in the tournament after he scored a goal in the team's first round match against Libya.

The Egyptian national youth team, born in 2003, had won in the first round against its Libyan counterpart, with two goals to one.

The tournament will be held in Tunisia, with the participation of the five African teams representing North Africa, namely, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.

The youth team is led by Mahmoud Jaber as technical director, with Ayman Hafez as coach, Karam Morsi as general coach, Hamdi Hamdan as assistant coach, and Ehab Galal, goalkeeper coach.

Carteron makes the first official decision after Zamalek's loss to the summit:

In the first official decision from the French coach Carteron, coach of Zamalek, after returning from vacation to training again.

Carteron decided that the team's players would gather tomorrow, Friday, at the club's headquarters, at four o'clock in the afternoon, in order to return to training again.

The team is expected to perform physical exercises and stretches before engaging in group training.

The decision is the first for Carteron after the team lost the top match last Friday in the third round of the league.

The team then took a six-day break, and Carteron went on vacation outside Cairo.

The return of Zamalek to training comes in preparation for facing Ismaili in the fourth round of the league on November 19 at the Ismailia Stadium.