Maran Al-Ahly.. tired support.. Celebration of Shahat.. and the return of Metwally


Al-Ahly resumed its training this evening, Tuesday, after the end of the period of rest granted by the technical staff to the team after returning from Tunisia, which lasted 48 hours, in preparation for facing Esperance in the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly will host the Esperance team next Saturday in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final, after winning the first leg with a goal without a response in the meeting, which was held at Hammadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium in Brades.

During the training, Al-Ahly players were keen to support Imad Miteb, the former star of the team, by raising a shirt bearing the player’s name and number 9 inside the “Mukhtar Al-Titch” stadium, where he will travel to Europe to conduct some medical examinations.

The players also celebrated Hussein Al-Shahat’s birthday in the stadium before the start of Al-Ahly’s training.

The team practiced a physical aspect and ball exercises to get rid of muscle fatigue.

Mahmoud Metwally, the team’s defender, returned to participate in Al-Ahly’s collective training after recovering from the injury he complained about in the hamstring muscle, and the completion of the implementation of his treatment and rehabilitation program.

Akram Tawfiq and Badr Banoon participated in Al-Ahly’s collective training after getting rid of the state of muscle fatigue that the duo complained of after the Esperance match in Tunisia.

Ahmed Ramadan Beckham performed a session in the “gym”, then completed his rehabilitation program by running around the stadium, and implementing some qualifying paragraphs under the supervision of the medical staff.

Beckham is undergoing a rehabilitation program after a complaint of pain in the adductor muscle that kept him from participating with Al-Ahly in the face of Esperance.

Mohamed Hani participated in part of Al-Ahly’s training this evening, after recovering from the injury he suffered in the front muscle, which kept him from participating with the team in the recent period.

Mohamed Hani underwent a medical examination before the start of Al-Ahly’s training to ensure his readiness, and the technical staff was keen to talk with the player and check on his condition.

Pitso Mosimane, coach of the team, was keen to hold a video lecture with the players before the start of the training session to talk about the technical and tactical aspects and correct the mistakes that occurred in the first leg of Rades.

Al-Ahly will enter a closed camp for 48 hours to focus more before the return match against Esperance, during which the team seeks to qualify for the final of the African Champions League.


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