Maran Al-Ahly … Fyler Meets with Hamdy Fathy … and the Essentials in the “Sauna”

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Swiss Rene Fyler, Al-Ahly’s technical director, held a session with Hamdy Fathy, the team’s player, on the sidelines of the team’s training this morning, and witnessed some technical issues related to the Tanta match that was held yesterday and was decided by Al-Ahly with a clean goal, in the context of the 30th round of the Premier League matches.

While the team players who participated in the Tanta match played a light training session today in the “sauna”, within the framework of the program designed to cope with the pressure of the matches, while the rest of the players performed a strong training at the touch stadium on the island in preparation for facing the arsenal.

Al-Ahly is preparing to face Al-Arsenal next Wednesday in the framework of the 16th round of the Egypt Cup competition.

On the other hand, the team’s duo Ayman Ashraf and Amr Al-Soleya were confirmed as absent from the next match against Arsenal in the Egypt Cup due to suspension, and the duo got the third yellow card in a match. Ahly In front of Tanta, to confirm their absence from the next match in front of the arsenal, as Sayed Abdel Hafeez, the football director of the team, confirmed the absence of Maaloul, the left defender of the Al-Qala Al-Hamra, for the next two matches, starting from the arsenal in the Egypt Cup, after agreeing to travel to his country to participate with his country..

Sayed Abdel Hafeez added that a meeting was held with Ali Maaloul, the team’s player, and Rene Fyler, the technical director, to discuss the leave that the player will receive during the coming period, as the player will go two days before the start of the Tunisian national team camp to spend a vacation there, after which he joins the ranks of the Carthage Eagles, explaining that he spoke with the team officials The Tunisian to coordinate with them to keep the player on Maaloul and determine his participation in any of the two matches that the team will play in the last international agenda.



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