Hossam El-Badry, the technical director of the national team, confirmed that the Africa final between Al-Ahly and Zamalek will not have an impact on the team, especially after it was postponed to November 27, praising the high spirits of Al-Ahly and Zamalek players. Al-Badri revealed the reason for the exclusion of Ahmed Fathy, the newly joined Al-Ahly, Pyramids, and that for technical reasons, looking at the future, in light of the desire to build a good generation for the Egyptian national team..
Hossam El-Badry added, in a press conference, that there is a possibility that Kahraba, Al-Ahly’s wing, will join the Egyptian team in the coming period, stressing that the accounts are all technical and not anything else, and there is a possibility to include Kahraba to compensate Taher Mohamed Taher, the injured new Al-Ahly player..
Hossam El-Badry’s conference, which is currently being held, comes in light of the preparations being made by the Pharaohs, as the first Egyptian football team led by Hossam El-Badry resumes his training in preparation for the Togo matches on November 14 and 17 in the third and fourth round of qualifiers for the 2020 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon, where the Pharaohs host the national team. Togo in the first meeting, and the second meeting will be held in Togo on the 17th.
And there are 19 players in the first team camp: Mahdi Suleiman (Pyramids), Muhammad Bassam (Vanguards of the Army), Abdullah Al-Saeed, Ali Jaber, Ahmed Ayman Mansour, Muhammad Hamdy, Ahmed Tawfiq, Ramadan Sobhi (Pyramids), Muhammad Sharif (Enppi), Hussam Hassan, Ahmed Abu Al Fattouh (Smouha), Taher Muhammad Taher (the Arab Contractors), Akram Tawfiq (El Gouna), Mohamed El Shennawy, Mohamed Hany, Ayman Ashraf, Amr Al-Sulaya, Hamdy Fathy and Mohamed Magdy Afsha, “Al-Ahly”.
Next Saturday, Zamalek players will join the Egyptian national team’s first camp after receiving a 48-hour rest after the Moroccan Raja match in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, while the professional players, Mohamed Salah, Mohamed El-Nani, Mahmoud Trezeguet, Ahmed Hegazy and Ahmed Hassan Kouka, are organizing. November 9 and 10.