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El Gouna FC snatched all three points from El Masry, their ‘home’ match having been switched to Assyut,  the Bustan Ground being void of  a proper floodlight system.

Gamal Hamza scored from the penalty spot with  new-signing Ahmed Hassan ‘Drogba’ Farag restoring the lead after Mahmoud Abdel Hakim’s equalizer.

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ENPPI benefited from their signings to secure a last-gasp 1-0 win over El Gouna FC

Playmaker Walid Soliman, who left Petrojet to join ENPPI, produced a fine display and played a key role in helping ENPPI claim all three points.

He had a vicious shot denied by the post deep into stoppage time and striker Ahmed Abdul-Zaher pounced on the rebound to score a vital goal.

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El Gouna FC are away to ENPPI on the opening day of the 2010/11 Momtaz campaign.

League holders Ahli will host Police Union in Cairo, while runners-up Zamalek clash with cup champions Harras Hodoud in Alexandria. Another crunch opener will see third-placed Ismaili play away at Petrojet, who finished fourth last term.

Newcomers Misr Al Maqasa visit Ittihad, Smouha play at Military Production and Wadi Degla host Arab Contractors.

The first week of the new season is scheduled to be played on the 5th of August.

Masri vs Gaish

Petrojet vs  Ismaili

Hodoud vs. Zamalek

Production vs Smouha

Degla vs Contractors

Ittihad vs Misr Al Maqasa

Ahli vs Police

ENPPI vs Gouna

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Goalkeeper Mohamed Abdul-Monsef has ended an 11-year spell with Zamalek to join Gouna for EGP two million.

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El Gouna FC  are eager to land Ahli’s trio Mostafa Shebeita, Amir Sayoud and Abdullah Farouk.

Spokesman of El Gouna FC’s  Ahmed Sehify stated that his side are expecting the Cairo club to reply to their request within the next few days.

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El Gouna FC have recently signed Ahmed Hassan Farag and Hassan Gomaa from Police Union as well as Ahmed Adel and Mostafa Mostafa from Olympic Alexandria.

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El Gouna FC bowed out to Intag El Harby in the Egyptian Cup, having lost 4-2 on penalties after 90 and 120 minutes couldn’t separate the two cup fighters (1-1 and 2-2 respectively)

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