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And Abdel Shafi had missed the previous matches due to his positive corona virus.
Zamalek players and members of the technical staff were keen to shake hands with Abdel Shafi and check on him after his recovery.
Zamalek will resume training this evening in preparation for the Smouha match scheduled for Thursday at Cairo Stadium.
Mohamed Abdelghani, the team’s defender, took a break from the day’s training due to fatigue.
Abdel Ghani attended the club’s headquarters and preferred the medical device led by Muhammad Osama to give him a break from group training.
Patrice Carteron held a session with the players of the team to explain the mistakes made by the players in the previous Pyramids match, to avoid a recurrence.
Carteron stressed that the league is still on the field, stressing the need to win the next match.
Zamalek got a 24-hour rest after a draw with Pyramids with a goal for each in the 19th round of the league competition.
Abdullah Jumaa performed rehabilitative exercises in the gym on the sidelines of today’s training.
Jumaa suffers from a painful injury in the knee’s inner ligament, and Zamalek’s medical device seeks to equip him for group exercises as soon as possible.
Mahmoud Abdel-Rahim Jensh, the team’s goalkeeper, also contented himself with a therapy session and rehabilitative training on the sidelines of the training session.
Jensh suffers from a back injury that he suffered before confronting the Arab Contractors.
Zamalek tops the Egyptian league with 41 points from 19 games, 4 points behind Al-Ahly, who has postponed two matches for Al-Ahly.
Zamalek did not succeed in winning the last two matches, as it tied against the Arab Contractors and Pyramids, respectively.
Zamalek seeks to regain victories again before facing Al-Ahly in the second round summit.