Signs of a crisis arose between Al-Ahly club officials and Hossam El-Badry, the coach of the Egyptian national team, due to the accompanying of Ayman Ashraf with the team’s delegation to Nairobi, where the Pharaohs were preparing to face his Kenyan counterpart in the African Nations Cup qualifiers in Cameroon at 6 pm tomorrow, Thursday, and in the following lines we shed light on the scenes This crisis.
Q: Why does Al-Ahly refuse to participate Ayman Ashraf with the Pharaohs?
A: Al-Ahly’s refusal came because of Ayman Ashraf’s complaint of roughness in the knee, which is the same injury that he did not participate in front of the Ismaili, which forced the technical staff to rely on Ahmed Ramadan Beckham, the right-back, out of his position, in addition to his exit for the same injury in front of the Vita Club after his complaint about the pain.
Q: Why is the injury of Ayman Ashraf a concern in Al-Ahly?
A: Al-Ahly’s concern and fear of a further injury Ayman Ashraf His absence comes in light of the injury of the duo, Ali Maaloul and Mahmoud Waheed, and the presence of a severe shortage in the left front of the team, especially as the team is preparing to face the Sudanese Al-Merrikh in Sudan in the fifth round of the group stage in the African Champions League.
Q: Does Ayman Ashraf participate with the Pharaohs against Kenya?
A: A source inside the Egyptian national team stressed that Hossam Al-Badri, the coach of the Pharaohs, will not pay Ayman Ashraf, the left-back of Al-Ahly, until after full confirmation of his safety.
Q: Does Hossam El-Badry suffer from the absence of a replacement for Ayman Ashraf?
A: Hossam El-Badry has an abundance in the two centers that he participates in Ayman Ashraf At the center of the defense, Al-Badri was accompanied by Ahmed Hegazy and Mahmoud Al-Wensh, both of whom may play as races, in addition to Ali Jaber and Yasser Ibrahim as available substitutes, and on the left wing Al-Badri summoned each of Ahmed Ayman Mansour and Abdullah Jumaa.
Q: What does the Egyptian national team need from Kenya?
A: Egypt has a draw against Kenya in any result to ensure formal qualification for the African Nations finals in Cameroon, and Egypt leads Group Seven with 8 points, the same as the Comoros, which holds second place, while Kenya is third with 3 points..