Zamalek player Travis Mutyaba converts to Islam

Player Revealed Zamalek Hamza Al-Mathlouthi on his Ugandan teammate Travis Mutyaba’s conversion to Islam, less than a year after joining the Egyptian club.

The Ugandan international joined Zamalek last January as part of several winter deals made by the Cairo giants, to be registered on the list of players under the age allowed to include foreign professionals among them.

Travis Mutyaba Converts to Islam, Changes His Name to Jamal

According to the latest news, the left-handed winger has changed his name to Jamal Mutyaba and has started receiving congratulations from his teammates, one after the other, through their social media accounts.

Mutyaba is still finding his feet within the white team, sometimes receiving the approval of the fans for several good matches he played, and sometimes facing heavy criticism for the modest level he showed in other matches, which included an international break in which he shone when he scored a wonderful goal for his country’s first team against the host, the Algerian national team.

It is expected that Mutyaba will get a greater chance in the remaining period of the season with Zamalek, after a new approach adopted by the technical director Jose Gomez to give the opportunity to the majority of the team’s roster in light of the end of the White Knight’s main goals in the current season after winning the African Confederation Cup and the team’s distance from competing for the Egyptian League title.

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Mutyaba joined a large series of African players who converted to Islam after playing in Egypt, most notably the late Zamalek star, Quarshie, as well as former Al-Ahly and Zamalek star, Felix Aboagye, who had changed his name to Ahmed Felix.

Mutyaba played 8 matches with Zamalek in the two championships. The league And the Confederation Cup, with only 342 minutes, in which he created two chances and his passing accuracy reached 80%. His best match was the one in which Zamalek won against Al-Ahly 2-1 in the first league, when he entered as a substitute and was able to win 10 of the 15 two-way confrontations.

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