Al-Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane obtained assurances from the team’s medical staff led by Dr. Ahmed Abu Abla that Percy Tau, the team’s player, is recovering quickly from his recent adductor muscle injury.
Al-Ahly’s medical staff confirmed to its technical counterpart that Percy Tao is currently performing his rehabilitation program well, and there are promising results regarding his response to treatment and his return to group training within 10 days.
In a related development, Hugo Bruce, South Africa coach, has permanently excluded Percy Tau from the final and final 23-man squad for the boys’ squad for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia next month.
And the Belgian coach settled on the exclusion Percy Tao Al-Ahly club player is from the final list selected to face Ethiopia in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers scheduled for next October 9, and Percy Tau is among the prominent absentees.
South Africa will play two World Cup qualifiers, the first against Ethiopia on October 9, and the second against the same opponent on October 12.
Percy Tau was injured in the connective muscle in the last South African camp, and he underwent a rehabilitation program in Al-Ahly that lasts for a month before the player recovers and then organizes the team’s team training.
Percy Tau topped the preliminary list of the South African team announced by Hugo Bruce a few days ago in preparation for the two matches with Ethiopia, and refused Al-Ahly officials refused to allow Percy Tau to join the South African camp, in light of the player’s continued complaint of an injury to the adductor muscle.
Al-Ahly contracted with Percy Tau during the current summer transfer period from Brighton, England, for four seasons, for one million and 800 thousand dollars..