Tunisia’s ES Sahel team is preparing to come to Egypt in the next few hours in order to start preparing for the Al-Ahly club in the African Champions League.
Al-Ahly club will host Al-Najm team next Sunday evening in the fifth round of the group stage of the African Champions League.
Al-Ahly needs to beat the Tunisian team essentially in order to enhance its chances of qualifying for the quarter-finals, after which it will beat the Sudanese Crescent in their own home in Khartoum with a goal in the sixth round in the event that Al-Hilal can beat Zimbabwe in the fifth round of Zimbabwe.
Tunisian reports on Wednesday evening revealed a shock to the coastal club’s management and the team’s technical staff led by Juan Carlos Garrido.
The reports confirmed that the African Union “K” refused the coastal star’s request to raise the red card that was exposed to Makram Al-Badiri, who was sent off in the Sudanese Al-Hilal match.
And Jaredo had to rely on only one goalkeeper in the Al-Ahly club match on Sunday, goalkeeper Ashraf Kreir because of the third goalkeeper Walid Kreidan, who suffered a ligament injury and underwent surgery for a while.
The technical staff of the star is preparing one of its players to be a backup in the team roster during the Al-Ahly match to protect the team’s den in case Ashraf Kreir was injured or expelled during the match.
Al-Ahly lost to the coastal star, in a meeting of the two teams in Tunisia at Rades Stadium, in the first round of the group stage of the African Championship.
The star leads his group with 9 points, while Al-Ahly comes second with 7 points, the Sudanese Crescent comes with 6 points, and finally the Zimbabwe Platinum Stars with one point.