Al-Ahly Planning Committee recommends the return of Mohamed Abdel Moneim to support the defense

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The Al-Ahly Club Planning Committee recommended the return of Mohamed Abdel Moneim, the defender of the famous “Campus” team loaned to Samouha, starting from next season, to strengthen the back line, after the player won the admiration of the committee, and received a high rating in the report of the loaned players in relation to the rest of his colleagues .. and Al-Ahly granted the south African team coach Pitso Mosimane, the freedom to make the final decision in a file Mohamed Abdel Moneim Especially since he requested the file of loaned players to study it carefully before making any decision regarding any player, and Al-Ahly Campus officials were loaned to Samouha last January for a season and a half, but there is a clause in his contract that gives the Red Administration the right to restore the player after only 6 months of loaning, which is what It may happen during the next summer transfer period.

On the other hand, Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy is subjected to a medical test before the team’s training tomorrow, Saturday, to determine his position on entering group training after he suffered an injury in the last match of the Arab Contractors in the 30th round of the league championship, and it was a single tear in the connective muscle that kept him away from Participation in the Enppi match the day before yesterday in the league, in which Al Ahmar won 3-0.

El-Shennawi’s position will be determined during the medical examination tomorrow, although the evidence indicates that the goalkeeper will not be ready to participate in the Saturday collective training session and will continue to qualify, to also miss the Pyramids match Sunday in the league, to be prepared to travel with Al-Ahly next Tuesday to Morocco for the scheduled Moroccan Wydad match Her October 17th in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-finals.



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