Pyramids officials announce the inclusion of Mahmoud Wady, the Al-Masry striker, after the final of the African Confederation Championship, as the Pyramids team is currently preparing to face the Moroccan Berkane renaissance in the African Confederation Cup final match at 9 pm Cairo time, at Moulay Abdallah Stadium in Rabat, Pyramids began his tournament in the round of 64 when he met with Congolese Etoile and outperformed him home by five goals against a goal and rose to the first 32 round.
He tied in Cairo with a goal with JSB Belouizdad of Algeria, but he was able to beat him in Algeria with a goal by John Antwi, he went up to the second round, and he met Young African Tanzanians and was able to beat him in the two matches back-to-back with a score of five goals against a goal to enter the group stage and lead the first group that included him The Egyptian Port Said, Nigerian Enugu Rangers and the Nouadhibou Rangers team, with five wins and a defeat to secure the top of the group, during which they achieved 5 wins over FC Nouadhibou and Al-Masry twice, in exchange for a win and a loss against Enugu Rangers..
And in the quarter-finals he played Pyramids With Zanaco, he managed to win three clean goals in Lusaka before losing a goal in Cairo, and climbing to the semi-finals, during which he succeeded in defeating Houria Konakry of Guinea with two unanswered goals, to qualify for the final match to face the Berkane Renaissance.
Mahmoud Wady joins the ranks of Pyramids officially starting from the new season, after the management of the two clubs signed his transfer contracts from Al-Masry to the ranks of Pyramids after agreeing on all financial matters related to the deal. Al-Masry ends his current season with the Wadi Degla match, scheduled for next Friday, in the last round of The Premier League competitions, and the next few days will witness the official announcement of the deal.