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Zamalek fans receive Hitler in the Emirates



A short while ago, Muhammad Ramadan "Hitler", the player of the first handball team at Zamalek Club, arrived in the United Arab Emirates, accompanied by the duo Hussein Zaki and Dr. Amr Ali, the head of the team's medical system. Hitler is scheduled to perform surgery next Sunday, in the chest muscle with French Professor Philip Brando.


Zamalek fans were keen to be present at Dubai airport and receive the player with flowers, to tighten his pain, and wished him a speedy recovery and a speedy return to the stadiums, especially since Hitler left Cairo airport on Friday morning.


Hitler had suffered a severe injury during his participation in the meeting of Zamalek and the Vanguards of the Army in the Handball League, after a simple contact during the match, which cut the pectoral muscle, which necessitated the necessity of his travel outside Egypt, after the Zamalek player confirmed in statements after his injury, that there is no specialized doctor in Egypt. To perform such surgeries, so he traveled to the Emirates for the surgery as soon as possible, then he will be out of action for a period of 3 months for treatment and rehabilitation.


Amr Ali, the doctor of the Zamalek handball team, said in statements before Hitler's travel to the Emirates, that the injury is rare, and requires stitching to cut the pectoral muscle, and it is not possible to tie this type of injury through physical therapy, so Hitler traveled to the Emirates to undergo the surgery. .


Counselor Emad Abdel Aziz, head of the committee in charge of managing the Zamalek club, agreed to bear the costs of the delicate surgery and rehabilitation, after Hitler was injured, so the player thanked the board of directors for his support and bearing the costs of the operation.

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