3 people from the Zamalek club’s first football team mission were infected with the Corona virus while they were in Kenya, hours before the Kenyan Tusker match in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.
The last smear showed that Ahmed Zaki, the young team player, Montaser Al Ramlawi, the team’s managing director, and Ahmed Shata, the team’s photographer, were infected with the Corona virus, and they were isolated from the rest of the mission personnel.
On the other hand, Khaled El-Abyad, Egypt’s ambassador to Kenya, decided to attend the first-team football match at Zamalek club against Kenyas Tusker in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League, scheduled for Saturday at 2:00 pm Cairo time.
The ambassador and embassy officials will be at the match stadium today to support the white team in the upcoming match against the Kenyan champion.
Zamalek had concluded its training yesterday at Nyayo National Stadium in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, in preparation for a meeting with Tusker, and today’s training was light so that the players would not be exposed to fatigue.
The first leg match between Zamalek and Kenyas Tusker will be managed by an Ethiopian referee team consisting of: Bamelak Tesema as a referee for the arena, and Samuel Temisingo Atango as first assistant, Fasika Biro Fasika as second assistant and Lima Nguise as fourth referee.