Al-Ahly’s technical staff, led by South African Betsu Musimane, exempted Tunisian Ali Maaloul, left back, the team from participating in the division during the team’s training today after feeling muscular exhaustion, and Maaloul is scheduled to be present naturally in the face of Wydad tomorrow. Ahly Thursday evening, Thursday, his preparations to face Moroccan Wydad, which will be held tomorrow at Cairo Stadium in the second leg of the semi-final round of the African Champions League, after the end of the first-leg match in Casablanca in favor of the red team with a clean double, and the results of the swab that the players underwent yesterday were negative, at the time. Who trained the team in penalty kicks during the training session of the currently established team, in order to avoid resorting to it in the event of a draw, whether in the Wydad match tomorrow or in the final match, which upon the end of its original and additional time in a draw will be resorted to to determine the champion of the current version of the African Champions League.
The technical meeting for the match between Al-Ahly and Moroccan Wydad was held this afternoon, Thursday, at the club’s headquarters on the island, in the presence of representatives of the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Al-Ahly was represented in the meeting by Samir Adly, the managing director, Amr Moheb, the team’s interpreter, and the administrative staff, and it was agreed on all the details of the two teams’ match scheduled for Friday evening, in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League..
It was decided in the meeting that Al-Ahly would play the match in its traditional uniform, consisting of the red shirt, white shorts and red sock, while Wydad’s team would wear the blue shirt, blue shorts and blue sock.
The meeting witnessed agreement on the organizational aspects related to the arrival time of the two teams to the Cairo stadium, which hosts the meeting, the warm-up dates, and the organization of the entry of the two teams’ delegations, in accordance with the procedures approved by “CAF” for the match.