Abu Abla: Walid Suleiman is medically ready to participate with Al-Ahly

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Dr. Ahmed Abu Abla, head of the medical apparatus of the first football team at Al-Ahly club, announced that Walid Suleiman, the team’s player, is medically ready for the next stage, after recovering from the injury he suffered, and his regularity in group training.

Abu Abla said that Walid Suleiman is medically ready and at the disposal of the technical staff, before the team’s next trip to Sudan to face Mars, in the fifth round of the group stage of the African Champions League.

Walid Suleiman participated in collective training, whether in the physical part or ball training, before the team traveled to the Congo, and the player became medically ready to be with the team during the next stage.

At the same time, Ahmed Abu Abla said that Mohamed Mahmoud, the team player, has a period ranging from three weeks to a month at most to participate in group exercises, stressing that Mohamed Mahmoud is doing well in the qualifying program that he is implementing, as he has cut good stages to Now on his way back to participate in the group training session during the coming period.

Mohamed Mahmoud had undergone knee surgery that kept him away from group exercises, and he is implementing a treatment and rehabilitation program to prepare him to return again to participating in training with the team.

Dr. Ahmed Abu Abla confirmed that Mahmoud Wahid, the team’s player, will organize group training after three weeks, noting that Mahmoud Wahid performs his treatment and rehabilitation program on a regular basis, and cut a good stage on the way back to participating in the group training session with the team.

Mahmoud Waheed had suffered a posterior muscle injury that kept him from collective participation, and was undergoing a treatment and rehabilitation program under the supervision of the medical device.

The first football team of Al-Ahly Club performed a medical examination before the start of the team’s training, which was held this afternoon at the Touch Stadium, at the beginning of the team’s preparations for the next stage, most notably; The Mars confrontation, which is being held in Sudan, is part of the fifth round of the group stage of the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly players and the technical staff performed a medical swab today after the rest of the team’s rest period, which lasted for five days, after returning from the Congo.

Al-Ahly had scored 3-0 victory over the Vita Club in the fourth round of the group stage, and the team’s score rose to 7 points.



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