Al-Ahly is preparing for a match to Ghazel El Mahalla, tomorrow, Monday, in the 19th round of the league.
Al-Ahly resumed their evening training, after the team received a negative rest for 24 hours after the last El Gouna match.
The team’s coach, Pitso Musimane, held a video technical lecture for the players before the start of the training session.
Musimani explained many technical issues of the Mahalla match.
Musimani also held a meeting with his auxiliary apparatus before the start of the training session, where he talked about the team’s preparation for the next match.
Kahraba left the team’s training after complaining of muscle fatigue.
Ahmed Abu Abla, the team doctor, preferred not to complete the electrocution in order not to aggravate his injury.
He resumed his training as a one-on-one, and did recovery sessions in the gym.
Hamdi Fathy participated in the training session in the final stage of preparing the player to participate in the matches.
Hamdi Fathy wore a “medical splint” for fear of contact.
Fathi had surgery on his arm after he was injured in the Kenya match with Egypt in the African Nations Cup qualifiers.
Badr Bannon did one-on-one training by running around the stadium before completing the training solo in the gym.
Bannon implements his rehabilitation program to relieve the muscle fatigue he suffers from.
Junior Ajayi and Ayman Ashraf began physical training as part of their qualifying program to get rid of the injuries that kept them out of matches in the last period.
Ajay and Ayman Ashraf ran around the field on the sidelines of the training session.
Ajay had suffered a strain in the posterior muscle, while Ayman Ashraf complained of a stiff knee.