Ahmed Abu Abla, Al-Ahly club doctor, advised his player, Mohamed Magdy Afsha, the Red Genie’s playmaker, that he should put his foot in salt water “the sea” for his speedy recovery from the injury to the inner ligament of the ankle, and Afsha had refused to travel outside Cairo, like the rest of his colleagues, to rest during the vacation they received. It must ensure his daily attendance at the club’s headquarters and finish the qualifying program assigned to him before the fateful match against the Tunisian Esperance, before he considers traveling to one of the coastal cities to implement the doctor’s advice..
condition improvedتحسن Mohamed Magdy Afsha During the last hours, after he injured his ankle and was close to returning to group training with Al-Ahly, in preparation for facing the Tunisian Esperance in the semi-finals of the African Champions .
Al-Ahly will resume its training at the Touch Stadium on the island next Thursday, after the end of the scheduled negative rest, and Al-Ahly is preparing to face the Tunisian Esperance on June 19 in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League..
And the x-rays that Al-Ahly playmaker Mohamed Magdy Afsha underwent proved that he suffered from panic in the inner ligament of the ankle, which he suffered during the Moroccan Berkane Renaissance match in the African Super.
Afshas contract with Al-Ahly extends to 2024, as he is playing his second season with the Red Genie since his departure from Pyramids for one million euros..
Afsha participated so far in 76 matches with Al-Ahly in various competitions, scored 13 goals and made 18 assists, and was crowned with the team with five titles, and Afsha participated in the last 8 meetings with the Egyptian Pharaohs team and scored two goals, and Afsha scored with Al-Ahly this season four goals and made eight others. He is also the player with the most shots on goal in the African Champions League with 22 shots.