Shawali comments on “Judge Possible”: “Esperance’s superiority over Al-Ahly is a distinguished step, and ah, if you play, Zahr.”

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Tunisian sports commentator said Aissam Achawali It is difficult to predict the outcome of the match between Al-Ahly and Esperance in the semi-finals of the African Champions League.

Al-Shawali stressed the importance of the meeting, saying, “It is the African Clasico and the most frequent match in 21 times, and both teams can win because of their great professionalism.”

He added that a meeting is supposed to take place tomorrow, Tuesday, between the Esperance administration and the Tunisian government to discuss the issue of public attendance, calling on the authorities to facilitate this step because it will contribute to the victory of the Tunisian club.

و .كمل Aissam Achawali “To excel with a goal will be a distinctive step for Esperance in light of the strength of Al-Ahly, who will work to kidnap a goal to facilitate the task of the return match, and luck will have a big factor, as it is said, uh, if you play, Zahr.”

He continued, “I think that Ali Maaloul’s return will represent a great strength for Al-Ahly Club, in addition to the capabilities of Mohamed Magdy Afsha, Mohamed Sharif and Amr Al-Sulayya.”

And he expressed the value of the Al-Ahly and Esperance match by saying, “Although the Al-Ahly and Esperance match will be held at the same time as the Germany-Portugal match, the fans in Egypt and Tunisia will turn to Rades Stadium.”

Expected Shawali Moroccos Wydad reached the final with a comfortable victory over the South African Kaizer Chiefs, which will contribute to making the African title’s destination to the Arab countries.

Commenting on “The judge is possible,” Shawali explained, “These statements come without preparation and I respect the audience, and they are success from God, and I am not angry at the reaction of the losing audience, and I am neutral in all matches.”



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