A source inside the Al-Ahly club revealed that Karim Nedved, the midfielder of the team, will organize group training after the return of the Red Mission to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup, which will begin next February in the Qatari capital, Doha, after he is close to completing his qualifying program, in preparation to participate in the collective training of the Red Team For the first time in nearly two years.
Nedved has been absent from participating with Al-Ahly since the season before last, when Martin Lasarte was coach of the Red Team, as he suffered a knee injury that prevented him from being in the stadiums.
The source confirmed that Karim Nedved is working on performing the last stage of qualification, to organize training with the group excluded from the trip to Qatar to participate in the Club World Cup, and then participate in group training after returning from participating in the FIFA Club World Cup.
Nedved is running well on the program prepared for him by the medical apparatus headed by Dr. Ahmed Abu Abla, who is following the player first, to be ready to support the red team, starting next February..
Al-Ahly club maintained the top of the Arab and African clubs list, and outperformed its English counterpart Arsenal, according to the latest classification issued by the footballdatabase site for world clubs.
Al-Ahly came in 37th in the world, surpassing many international clubs, including Santos, Brazil, Arsenal and West Ham United, next to Wolverhampton, Everton from England, and French Marseille, while its traditional rivals Zamalek ranked 131st in the world..
German Bayern Munich topped the list of the world’s clubs, followed by Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, and Liverpool, the English professional, within its ranks, Mohamed Salah, the star of the Egyptian national team, and Paris Saint-Germain, respectively..