The Football Association said that Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy will not participate in the African Champions League final if his team qualifies in this edition to the final match, if he is selected among the top three in the Olympic team list for the Tokyo Olympics.
The Football Association added, in statements to Ontime Sport 2, that the Champions League Final will be held on July 17th, while the Egyptian Olympic team will play the tournament in the same month and will play its first training session in Tokyo on July 16, which means that the goalkeeper will not be able to play the African Final if Al-Ahly qualified.
Earlier, FIFA officials confirmed that they would not retreat from ending the Egyptian League this season on September 30, after announcing the full schedule and sending it to the clubs, and Jabaliya officials explained that this date was set due to the interest of the first team that competes in the World Cup qualifiers, and it will be linked With the matches of the fifth and sixth rounds of the qualifiers in October, it was therefore necessary to finish the league on September 30th.
Jabaliya officials added that Al-Ahly club has the only solution to postpone its matches in the league, as long as it complains of fatigue and exhaustion, which is to play without the Olympic team players during the suspension period during the Olympics, and the second match party must also agree to the postponement, and to play without the national team players. Olympic too.
A state of anger and resentment prevails within the Al-Ahly club after the announcement of the premier league championship schedule until the end of the current season, and officials of the Red Castle were astonished by the team’s compact league table clearly.
A source in Al-Ahly said: “We do not know why the Football Association insists on treating the club in this way and pressuring matches in this way,” explaining that the team is under severe exhaustion due to successive matches.
The source added: “Al-Ahly will play a match every three days for a period of two months, and this will exhaust the team greatly and expose it to successive injuries, and the source stressed that Al-Ahly will play in the African Championship as well as the African Super and continue to play consecutive locally.”
We review the dates of the Al-Ahly matches from the 22nd round until the end of the competition and the postponed matches:
The 22nd week: Al-Ahly against Wadi Degla on May 18th at Al-Salam Stadium.
The 23rd week: Al-Ahly against Ceramica on May 25 at Al-Salam Stadium.
Week 24: Postponed to the African quarter-finals.
The 25th week: Postponed to the African quarter-finals.
The 26th week: Al-Ahly against Al-Mokawloon Al-Arab, on June 22nd at Petrosport Stadium.
The 27th week: Al-Ahly against Pyramids on July 5th at Al-Salam Stadium.
The 28th week: Al-Ahly against Smouha on August 10 at Alexandria Stadium.
The 29th week: Al-Ahly against Al-Ismaili on August 21st at Alexandria Stadium.
Week 30: Al-Ahly against Enppi on August 24th at Al-Salam Stadium.
The 31st week: Al-Ahly against Talaie El-Jie on September 13th at El-Geish Stadium in Suez.
The 32nd week: Al-Ahly against Al-Masry has not set its date at Alexandria Stadium.
The 33rd week: Al-Ahly against El Gouna has yet to be set at Khaled Bishara Stadium.
The 34th week: Al-Ahly against Aswan, the date for which has not been set at Al-Salam Stadium.
Al-Ahly deferred dates:
Al-Ahly against Aswan postponed from the seventh week of the League on August 14th at Aswan Stadium.
Al-Ahly against the clearing postponed from the 18th week of the League on August 17th at the Army Stadium in Suez.
Al-Ahly Against Military Production postponed from the 24th week of August 28 at Al-Salam Stadium.
Al-Ahly vs. Al-Ahli Bank has been postponed from the 25th week of September 10 at Al-Salam Stadium.