A member of Zamalek reveals the developments of his health after his absence from the council meeting due to Corona

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Ahmed Adel Abdel Fattah, a member of the Board of Directors of the Zamalek Club, was absent from attending the Board of Directors meeting, due to his infection with the Corona virus, and the meeting that took place on Friday evening, at the club’s headquarters, comes to discuss many files related to the different club in the coming period, and the board meeting resulted Regarding the following decisions: “Paying all players’ dues, discussing the team’s preparation for the CAF Champions League final match against Al-Ahly, approving the loan of Razzaq Cisse and the sale of Mohamed Antar and Ahmed Rifat to Al-Masry. The Zamalek Council also discussed some administrative matters related to the club.”

For his part, Ahmed Adel Abdel Fattah confirmed in statements to “The Seventh Day”, that his condition is now stable after the temperature drops and he will undergo a new swab in the middle of next week, in order to reassure his condition after the beginning of the disappearance of symptoms and the improvement of his health after the period of home isolation he spent During the last period in his home.

And preparing Zamalek In the current period for his match against Masr Club, scheduled to be held on November 21, in the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup, before his match against Al-Ahly in the African Champions League Final, which Al-White qualified for after his victory over Moroccan Raja, With three goals to a goal, in the match that brought them together at Cairo Stadium, in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League, after he won the first-leg match with an unanswered goal scored by Moroccan Ashraf Bin Sharqi, the team’s wing, in the meeting that brought them together at Mohammed V Stadium, In Casablanca, Al-Obeid qualified with a score of 1/4 in the aggregate of the two round-trip matches, to accompany Al-Ahly in the final match after Al-Ahmar’s victory over Moroccos Wydad, where the first leg between the two teams at Mohammed V Stadium in Morocco ended with Al-Ahmar’s victory with two goals without a response, before He confirms his superiority in the second leg in Cairo, and wins three goals against a goal, to cross the semi-final round with a score of 1/5, in the aggregate of the two matches.

The African Champions League final match between Al-Ahly and Zamalek is scheduled to be held at 9 pm on Friday, November 27, at Cairo Stadium, as it will be the first time in the history of the continental tournament that two teams from one country qualify for the final match.



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