Thursday 24 September 2020
Books – Masrawy Correspondent:
Swiss coach Rene Weiler, technical director of the Al-Ahly club, held a coordination session with Sayed Abdel Hafeez, director of football in the team, on the sidelines of the training session that took place on Thursday morning in preparation for the Tanta match next Saturday in the 30th week of the Egyptian We League competition.
Al-Ahly was able to return to the victories circle again on Wednesday at the expense of Club Masr, by winning three goals without a response, after the red team tied negatively in the last two rounds against Al-Ittihad of Alexandria and Egypt.
The official Al-Ahly website stated that the Fyler and Abdel Hafeez session comes as part of the duos preparatory sessions before the official matches to talk in all aspects of the administrative aspect.
Al-Ahly players had conducted an analysis of the “Rapid Test” before the start of the morning session, which was led by Rene Fyler along with the auxiliary device.
In a related context, the players of the team who participated in the Masr Club match, under the leadership of Thomas Pinkel, the load scheme; To get rid of muscle fatigue.
Fyler focused on the rest of the team undergoing light physical training under the supervision of Benkel, and the coaching staff made a strong division in the midfield to equip all the players.
Muhammad Al-Shennawi, the red team goalkeeper, went to the gym session, then ran around the stadium and performed some hospital parts according to the training program that the group that participated in yesterday’s match took part in.
The duo, Mustafa Schubert and Hamza Alaa, the team’s goalkeeper, fought vigorous training that included correction, crosses, and some varied parts of the guards ’training, under the supervision of Yankon Michel, the club’s coach.
Al-Ahly is preparing to face Tanta, which will be held next Saturday at Al-Ahly Stadium in Al-Salam City, as part of the 30th round of the Premier League championship that Al-Ahly recently crowned for the fifth consecutive time and for the 42nd in its history.