Koller is considering resting Ali Maaloul in the Al-Ahly match against the National Bank

Koller is considering resting Ali Maaloul in the Al-Ahly match against the National Bank
Koller is considering resting Ali Maaloul in the Al-Ahly match against the National Bank
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Swiss Marcel Koller, coach of Al-Ahly team, is considering resting Ali Maaloul, the left back of the team, in the next match against Al-Ahly Bank, which will bring them together in the framework of the Egyptian League competitions.

Al-Ahly and Al-Ahly Bank will meet, at seven in the evening, tomorrow, Tuesday, in the fifteenth round of the Egyptian League competition, which will be held at Cairo Stadium.

Kohler wants to rest Ali Maaloul in front of the National Bank, due to his need for a 48-hour treatment program to recover from muscle fatigue, after the end of the Zamalek match.

“Kora Plus” learned that the duo, Karim Al-Dabis or Muhammad Ashraf Ana, are the most prominent candidates to succeed Ali Maaloul in the left-back position in Al-Ahly’s match against Al-Ahly Bank.

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Al-Ahly defeated Zamalek with three goals without a response, scored by Mahmoud Kahraba and Mohamed Sharif, “two goals”, in the framework of the fourteenth round of the Egyptian League competition.

Al-Ahly ranks first with 34 points, after playing 14 matches, during which it won 10 matches, drew in 4 matches, and was not defeated in any match, while scoring 25 goals and conceding 5 goals.

While the National Bank ranks fifteenth with 12 points, after playing 14 matches, during which it won two matches, drew in 6 matches, and was defeated in the same, while it scored 15 goals and conceded 19 goals.

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