Dr. Mohamed Shawky, head of the Al-Ahly club’s medical staff, revealed the reasons that prompted them to intervene surgically with Hamdi Fathy, the red team midfielder, after the injury he suffered with a fracture of the “radial” bone during the national team match against Kenya in the 2022 African Nations Qualifiers in Cameroon.
It was Al-Ahly medical device He confirmed that Hamdi Fathy does not need surgical intervention in his statement after the x-rays that showed the player had a broken arm, before the medical device retracted and agreed to perform surgery on the player’s arm and install medical chips and nails.
The head of the Al-Ahly Medical Authority said that the medical device agreed to subjugate it Hamdi Fathy’s arm Surgery after returning to specialists in this matter who saw that it is better for the player’s condition to undergo surgery, after some variables occurred during the past 48 hours, which is what happened after the player underwent surgery.
He stressed that the Al-Ahly medical device was the preferred procedure Hamdi Fathy surgery A shortening of time and to reduce the duration of Hamdi Fathi’s absence from the stadiums, and for fear that the fracture will not heal naturally in the absence of surgical intervention.
He stressed that Hamdi Fathy will be absent from the stadiums for two months, provided that he will participate in the collective training of his team two days after the operation, so that he will participate in the exercises normally, but without contact.
Sayed Abdel Hafeez, director of football at Al-Ahly club, said that the Al-Ahly hex, who participated in the national team camp for the Comoros match in the African Nations Cup qualifiers, will organize the team’s group training tomorrow, Wednesday..
The club’s director of football stated that the coach of the team, Pitso Seasoniani, has set a hospital program for the six returning from the national team, which will be implemented tomorrow morning, Wednesday, before traveling to Sudan..
The national team included six players from Al-Ahly in the Comoros match yesterday in the African Nations qualifiers, they are: Mohamed El-Shennawy, Yasser Ibrahim, Mohamed Hani, Amr Al-Soulia, Mohamed Magdy Afsha, and Mohamed Sharif..
Al-Ahly’s mission will fly to Sudan at 4 pm tomorrow, Wednesday. In preparation for the Sudanese Al-Merrikh match scheduled for next Saturday in the fifth round of the African Champions League group stage competitions.