The first national football team, led by Hossam Al-Badri, the technical director, performed its last training morning at Petrosport Stadium before heading to the capital Nairobi to face Kenya in the fifth round of the African Nations Cup qualifiers.
Today’s training saw the participation of the professional duo, Mohamed Al-Nani, the Arsenal player, and Mahmoud Hassan Trezijia, the Aston player, after joining the national team yesterday evening, in addition to the participation of Abdullah Gamaa, the Zamalek player, after joining the camp.
Close circle Football Association Assurances from his Kenyan counterpart that the national team match will be held next Thursday in the fifth round of the African qualifiers for African nations 2022 without an audience, a commitment from the Kenyan side to the instructions of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), to implement precautionary measures in matches to prevent Corona virus
The Football Association and the technical staff of the national team also received assurances from the Egyptian embassy in Kenya to disinfect and sterilize the Kasrani stadium, which hosts the match more than once, and it will be sterilized before the Pharaohs’ training tomorrow as well as before the match in order to preserve the safety of the players.
The Egyptian first team will head to the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, at 3 pm today, Tuesday, on a private plane, in preparation for the Kenya team next Thursday in the fifth round of the qualifiers for African nations 2022 in Cameroon.
The Pharaohs will play a match on Tuesday morning before traveling to Kenya, where the players will rest upon arrival in the capital, Nairobi, and the team will play a lonely match tomorrow at Kasrani Stadium, which is hosting the match.
Hossam El-Badry, the coach of the Egyptian national team, decided to accompany all the 28 players who were chosen to the camp of the month of March to Nairobi, to play the first match against Kenya, in anticipation of any injuries between the players at any time in light of the stress that controls most of them Because of the pressure of the league matches.