With every departure of the Zamalek coach, the name of Jorvan Vieira always stands out among the candidates to take over.
After the departure of Patrice Carteron from Zamalek, Jorvan Vieira told FilGoal.com, saying: “It is my pleasure, and I have the honor, to defend the colors of Zamalek again.”
He continued, “But, at first, they have to contact me.”
And he added, “People talk about my candidacy is not enough, the most important thing is for people to talk about choosing the coach.”
Vieira starred at the beginning of his journey with training in the Moroccan lands after spending more than 8 years there before writing history by leading the Iraqi national team to crown the Asian Cup.
Then he led Zamalek for a year starting from August 2012 and the white team appeared with him very well despite the circumstances of the Egyptian football stoppage, and then he went to Kuwait.
The 66-year-old assumed responsibility for Ismaili and Smouha in previous periods as well.