And in another context, Al-Ahly’s first football team entered a closed camp this evening in a major hotel in Cairo, in preparation for the Zamalek match scheduled for next Friday at Cairo Stadium in the African Champions League final.
Al-Ahly players and the technical staff performed a medical examination yesterday at the club’s headquarters on the island, immediately after returning from Alexandria and the completion of the Abu Qir fertilizer confrontation, which was held at Burj Al Arab Stadium, during which Al-Ahly won 2-1 and qualified to meet Al Ittihad of Alexandria in the semi-finals Egypt cup.
The Al-Ahly camp witnessed the presence of only 18 players registered in the African list, including 3 goalkeepers, namely Muhammad Al-Shennawi, Ali Lotfi and Mustafa Shubert in the goalkeeper with Mahmoud Wahid, Ayman Ashraf, Yasser Ibrahim, Muhammad Hani, Rami Rabih, Amr Al-Soulia, Ali Diang, Hamdi Fathi, Muhammad Majdi Afsha, Junior Ajay, Hussein Al-Shahat and Ahmed Al-Sheikh Marwan Mohsen, Aliou Badji and Giraldo.
Ali Maaloul, the left back, is scheduled to organize tomorrow evening, Monday, after his return from his country, Tunisia, to reach 19 players, including 3 goalkeepers and two incomplete healing, namely Mohamed Hani and Junior Ajay.
South African coach Pitso Musimane was forced to include an unrestricted quadrant in the African list, namely Badr Bannon, Nasser Maher, Akram Tawfiq and Salah Mohsen to complete the division of the players in training.
And Al-Ahly are absent from Mahmoud Kahraba, Saleh Jumaa, Walid Suleiman for infection with the Corona virus, from the two registered Africa and the two Mohammed Sharif and Ahmed Yasser Rayan in Corona, and they are not bound in Africa next to Sherif Ikrami, Ramadan Sobhi, Hussam Ashour and Ahmed Fathi due to their departure from the team, and Walid Azaro, who left for the Saudi agreement.
Al-Ahly faces the Zamalek team next Friday in the African Champions League final at Cairo Stadium.
The Red Genie is afraid of new infections with the Coronavirus in the swab that the team is subjected to on Wednesday by the Confederation of African Football.