After Hussein Al-Shahat .. a new player was excluded from the Egyptian national team


The technical staff of the Egyptian football team, led by Hossam El-Badry, decided to exclude Mohamed Farouk, the Pyramids player, from the list of the Pharaohs, in preparation for the two matches against Togo, scheduled for November 14 and 17, as part of the third and fourth round of the African Nations Championship qualifying matches.The exclusion of Mohamed Farouk came despite the announcement of his inclusion in the past due to the player suffering a severe injury that prevented him from participating with the national team during the coming period.

The technical staff of the Pharaohs had previously announced the exclusion of Hussein Al-Shahat, the Al-Ahly player, due to the muscle injury suffered by the player.

It is noteworthy that Hossam Al-Badri, the technical director of the Egyptian national team, announced the list of professional players joining the next camp, and they are Mohamed Salah, Mohamed El-Nany, Ahmed Hegazy, Mahmoud Trezeguet and Ahmed Hassan Kouka.

Al-Badri also announced a preliminary list for some players in the Premier League clubs other than Al-Ahly and Zamalek, and the list included Mahdi Suleiman, Abdullah Al-Saeed, Ali Jabr, Ahmed Ayman Mansour, Muhammad Hamdi, Muhammad Farouk, Ahmed Tawfiq, Ramadan Subhi (Pyramids), Muhammad Bassam (Tala` Al-Jaysh), Mohamed Sharif ( Enppi), Hossam Hassan and Ahmed Abul-Fotouh (Smouha), Taher Muhammad Taher (the Arab Contractors) and Akram Tawfiq (El Gouna).

Al-Badri also included 6 Al-Ahly players: Muhammad Al-Shennawi, Ayman Ashraf, Muhammad Hani, Amr Al-Suliya, Muhammad Majdi Afsha and Hamdi Fathi.


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