The Engineering Committee of Al-Ahly Club has made the necessary preparations for the demolition of the old stand of Mukhtar Al-Titch at the Al-Ney headquarters on the island, after the fire that broke out in it a few days ago..
The engineering department of Al-Ahly Club was keen to put curtains and barriers in the vicinity of the runway to avoid injury to any member of the Al-Ahly club during the demolition, and the last period witnessed the transfer of the headquarters of the football apparatus to the new runway, which is currently used after the completion of the development that took place in it.
On the other hand, Al-Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane asked the team’s performance analysts, Josha Valdoya and Moussa Matlaba, for a comprehensive report on Tunisian Esperance before the clash of the African Champions League semi-finals.
Musimani intends to obtain a comprehensive and adequate report on the Tunisian team, especially when it plays at home at Rades Stadium, and the coach of Al-Ahly is scheduled to obtain the report of Yosha and Moussa after the rest that the team recently obtained.
Al-Ahly will play with Esperance on June 19 at Rades in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-final, while the return match will be held on the 26th of the same month in Cairo.
Al-Ahly set at four o’clock next Tuesday the date of travel to Tunisia on a private plane to play the Esperance match in the African Champions League.
During the current days, Al-Ahly officials will complete travel procedures, book tickets and other important trip arrangements for the Esperance match, which will be held at Rades Stadium, and Al-Ahly will return to training, the day after tomorrow, Thursday, after a 6-day break after Egypt’s friendly for insurance last Thursday, which ended in a draw 2 / 2.
On the other hand, the Al-Ahly Football Planning Committee intends to visit one of the football team’s training before the Red Genie travels to Tunisia to face Esperance in the African Championship.
The Al-Ahly football team is currently resting from training, and the training will resume next Thursday, in preparation for facing Esperance in the Champions League.
It is scheduled to visit Mahmoud Al-Khatib, the club’s president, and the Football Planning Committee, headed by Mohsen Saleh, and whose membership includes Zakaria Nassef, one of Al-Ahly’s training, before the Tunisia trip.