Al-Ahly team will play its training tomorrow, Tuesday, without its international players in the first and Olympic teams, as the first team includes eight players from Al-Ahly: Mohamed El-Shennawy, Mohamed Hany, Amr Al-Soulia, Hamdy Fathy, Ayman Ashraf, Mohamed Magdy Qafsha, Mohamed Sharif and Yasser Ibrahim, While the Olympic team includes Mustafa Schubert, Ahmed Ramadan Beckham, Akram Tawfiq, Salah Mohsen, and Taher Mohamed Taher.
The senior team is preparing to compete in Kenya and Comoros in the upcoming African Nations qualifiers at the end of this March, while the Olympic team prepares for the upcoming Olympic competitions, “Tokyo 2021”.
More than one foreign player from Al-Ahly is with their country’s national teams, led by Congolese Walter Bwalia and Mali Alei Diang. Eight players will miss Al-Ahly’s training tomorrow, five in the Olympic team, and two in the Mali and Congo teams, in addition to Ali Maaloul, who is in Tunisia after his injury was renewed and will return to Cairo at the end The current march brings a total of 16 players absent from tomorrow’s training session.
While it was decided that the foreign players would be present in the next training session after they traveled to their country during the team’s vacation, the likes of Moroccan Badr Bannon and Nigerian Junior Ajay, according to their agreement with Sayed Abdel Hafeez, the team’s football manager.
Al-Ahly will train tomorrow after a negative rest for several days in preparation for the Sudanese match between Al-Merrikh, scheduled for next April 2, in the fifth round of the first group of the group stage of the African Champions League.
Al-Ahly’s technical apparatus begins today with a session during which a plan will be drawn up for the next period locally and in Africa, as Al-Ahly is waiting for very strong matches next April in the local league and the African Champions League.
The technical staff is also awaiting the attitude of the injured to participate in the team’s group training, foremost among them is Walid Suleiman, who is ready to participate in the group training after the completion of the rehabilitation program he went through the last period to recover from his posterior muscle injury.
The Sudanese match of Mars will be important in the trip to the quarter-finals of the championship and preserving the title of the African Champions League, especially after the team won a broad victory outside the home of the Vita Club in the Congo with 3 goals, which rose to second place in the group standings behind Simba of Tanzania.