Orabi said toFilGoal.com: “Musimani must take advantage of the current international suspension period with the experience of emerging players and engage in friendly matches. After the suspension ends, Al-Ahly’s schedule will be crowded.
“The victory over the Vita Club in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continued to give the team enormous self-confidence. Players must be rested, especially on the offensive side, so that the team is fully prepared against Zamalek.”
When asked who deserves a more chance in the team, the former midfielder replied, “Mohamed Sharif and Aliu Diang. They deserve to participate mainly.”
After Al-Ahly won 3 goals without a response to its host Vita, the team occupied the first group standings in the African Champions League.
Raise his tally to 7 points, three points away from leaders Simba of Tanzania.
Al-Ahly, the defending champion, will visit Sudan’s Al-Merrikh on April 3 in the fifth round of the group stage.
Then he will host Simba on April 10 and then face Al-Nasr in the 32nd round of the Egypt Cup on April 14th.
On April 18, he faces his arch-rivals Zamalek in a postponed match from the fourth round of the Egyptian Premier League.
Al-Ahly is ranked first in the league, six points away from leaders Zamalek, and for the first 3 postponed meetings.