Hamdi Fathi, a player for Al-Ahly and the Egyptian national team, underwent successful surgery in the left forearm after he was broken during the first national team match against Kenya in the African Nations Cup qualifiers that were held on March 25 and ended in a positive draw.
Al-Ahly star underwent successful surgery today, which necessitated the installation of chips and nails in addition to a spinal nail to treat the fracture quickly.
A source close to the player revealed that he would be ready to return to the stadiums in a period ranging between 8 to 10 weeks after recovering from the surgery that he underwent and was successful.
On the other hand, Hossam El-Badry, the technical director of the Egyptian first team, will hold a meeting with the committee that manages the Football Association during the coming hours to discuss the preparations of the Pharaohs for the next stage, which will witness the launch of the qualifiers for Africa qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.
Hossam Al-Badri will ask the Football Association to play a friendly match with local players next May in light of the inability to bring professional players on unofficial dates, as Al-Badri believes that a camp and a friendly match should be set up before the qualifiers in order to communicate with the players and memorize the ideas of the technical apparatus before the World Cup qualifiers.
وحقق Egypt national team The first football, led by Hossam El-Badry, won the Comoros 4/0 team in the meeting between them at the Cairo Stadium yesterday in the sixth and final round of the African Nations 2022 qualifiers in Cameroon, which the Pharaohs decided by qualifying with the Comoros national team, and the Pharaohs came first with 12 A point, then Comoros 9 points, Kenya 7 points, and Togo two points.