Wednesday 31 March 2021
Mohamed Shawky, head of the medical committee at Al-Ahly club, said that Tunisian Ali Maaloul, the red team player, will return to Cairo after the mission returns from Sudan after the match between Mars.
The Al-Ahly mission will head to Sudan to face Al-Merrikh next Saturday as part of the fifth round of the group stage of the African Champions League.
During radio statements for the “With Schubert” program broadcast on Radio On Sport, Shawky said: “Maaloul was supposed to return to Al-Ahly ranks today, Wednesday, but he preferred to return to Cairo after the team returned from the Sudan trip.”
And about what was raised about Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohamed Al-Shennawi being injured, he said: “This is not true. Al-Shennawi is not subject to any treatment, not even medication.”
Regarding the reason for performing the surgery for Hamdi Fathy, the team player, he replied: “There have been no developments in Hamdi Fathi’s condition, but after consulting Dr. Ahmed Abdel Aziz and Ashraf Muharram, the latter confirmed that the surgery is the best for the player in order to speed up his return to the stadiums.”
He continued: “A chip and screws have been installed in the player’s arm, and he can run normally after 48 hours.”
Regarding the rest of the team’s injuries, Shawky continued his speech: “The return of Muhammad Mahmoud within 3 weeks, Karim Nedved will join the training after the return of the mission from Mars, and Mahmoud Metwally, his return will be between 3 to 4 weeks.”