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Thursday, April 8, 2021
A medical source in the Al-Ahly club confirmed that the Congolese first-team striker Walter Bwalya does not suffer from a severe injury, adding that Pitso Musimane, the team’s doctor, refused to risk him in training.
Bwalia was injured during the team’s training yesterday, and did not complete the second half of the division, as he left the stadium and underwent a medical examination under the supervision of Ahmed Abu Abla, the team doctor.
During exclusive statements, Laila Kora, the source said: “Walter Bwalias injury is minor and the player is undergoing a medical examination before the day’s training session, and he will often participate normally in the final training.”
He added, “Bwalya could have completed the training session yesterday by obtaining painkillers on the site of the injury, but Musimani preferred not to be risked and to leave the training for fear of aggravating the injury and thus the team would lose the player’s efforts for a longer period.”
Al-Ahly is preparing to face Simba of Tanzania on Friday in the final round of the group stage of the African Champions League.
It is worth noting that Al-Ahly has qualified for the quarter-finals as the second group, accompanied by Simba, the Tanzanian leader in the standings.