Not an old club, but Wadi Tigris In a decade and a half, he established his name as one of the most prominent Egyptian clubs, administratively and technically.
And there is no one more informed and more closely associated with the Tigris Valley than Abd al-Baqi Jamal.
The man who played in the Tigris Valley and worked on the coaching staff for years and then took over technical leadership for a while spoke to FilGoal.com in a lengthy dialogue summarizing all those years.
About the experience of training French Florent Malouda, working with Patrice Carteron, critique of Takis Junias’ playing style, how he saved Mohamed Sharif’s career and many recent topics, that was the focus of our conversation with Abdel Baqi Jamal .
Now let’s get to the core of the dialogue, which you can also watch in the video.
“Malouda, despite his great stardom, but we did not feel this difference. I joked with him and asked if I was better or Mourinho. He was a simple person and we did not feel that he was a legend, although he was associated with big names. You’d want to have your picture taken with her if you met her.”
“He was a great technical asset, he played half a season with us, during which he contributed to 12 goals, and his recruitment was for marketing purposes to get the name Wadi Degla known. That was Wadi Degla’s direction until the Carteron stadium, after which the trend completely changed.”
“Malouda dealt with great professionalism, he did not come to finish his career or enjoy it, but went with him to the company of the fitness coach and personal rehabilitation, he trained as a player in his twenties and transferred that mentality to the young players, he was a leader in the dressing room.”
“He acted very seriously and worked hard to prove himself, conveying professionalism to the rest of the players without saying anything, just seeing him train or recover every day was enough. We finished that season in fifth place, with a difference in goals from third and fourth.”
“Mohamed Sharif is the first youth sector player who is clearly influential in the first team satire line. He was in the 95 team and had no role in the first team. I joined us because our team had great players like Dudu Al -Jabbas, Hussam Arafat and Stanley.”
“After the end of the 95th league, he and another group were supposed to leave, but Ali Abu Greisha stopped. Abu Greisha’s role was very important in the club. He went to Hamada Sedky and told him that we need a different view players from the coach of their age who wrote a report saying that they were leaving and that they were not fit for the first team.”
“Hamada Sedqi, the coach, together with Ahmed Fathallah, instructed me to train this group and in a week I saw an integrated player with a difference from the rest of the players, so I told Hamada Sedky about him, and in the same week of his promotion he entered the first team.”
“We were fifth in the league and we didn’t need any players, but he saw something in Sharif to get him involved. Then he became the most important element in Wadi Degla.”
“I also worked with Ahmed Atef when I was technical director of the youth team he was on. The team also included Mohamed Mahmoud, Ahmed Saeed, Felix, Islam Hisham, Hadi Riad, Ahmed Hajji, Mahmoud Merhi, Mohamed Reda Bobo and others.”
“We won second place in the Republic League by a point from the champions, and we were the team that scored the most goals and the team that got the fewest goals.”
Comparison between Junias, Carteron, Sedky and Ramzi
“Junias is an attacking coach, he plays on possession and builds the attack from behind and short passes.”
“Carteron is a different school. His classification is that he is a defensive coach who relies on transformations and does not build a game from behind, but can rely on the second ball by sending lengths to the attacker.”
“Hamada Sedky is a balanced coach, likes the aesthetic ball, but is defensively disciplined.”
“Hani Ramzy counted on good defensive organization and transformations, but the quality of the players with him was not high, because the whole team was in Lierse in Belgium at the time of the revolution.”
Criticism of Junias
“Jounias’ style lacked defensive balance, our conceding percentage was very, very high. In the first season with him, we ended the competition with a difference of -7 goals. He ventured too much and we missed solutions for the team that clogs in the defence, our possession was negative many times and we do not threaten the opponent’s goal”.
“After that we worked on developing these flaws during the period I took over. There was a big difference and we started playing ball and possession aesthetically and didn’t get many goals.”
You can watch the full interview here
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