A strong blow in the face of Musimani .. the sudden absence of a player from Al-Ahly against the National Guard – AhlyNews.com


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South African Betso Mosimane, coach of Al-Ahly’s first football team, received a strong shock before facing the National Guard, the champion of Niger, in the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly will host the Niger champion, on October 16, in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.

The chances of Al-Ahly’s left-back Mahmoud Waheed in his team’s match with the National Guard became very difficult due to the injury that struck him.

The player began implementing his rehabilitation program after suffering an injury to the inner ligament of the knee, where he underwent a single x-ray to check on his injury, and began implementing a physical therapy program in order to recover from it.

Ahmed Abu Abla, head of Al-Ahly’s medical apparatus, revealed that Mahmoud Waheed needs a period of time that extends to 5 days to announce his readiness to gradually return to group training.

The player’s absence comes after it was confirmed that Percy Tau, Louis Mixoni, Hossam Hassan and Karim Fouad were absent, in addition to Ahmed Abdel Qader and Ammar Hamdi returning from the loan.

The new deals will be excluded from the preliminary round of the tournament, because they did not enter the African list, to be included if the team qualified for the group stage.

Mahmoud Metwally, a player from the team, who suffers from a severe injury and needs approximately a week, to recover and return again, is also absent.

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The team, led by coach Pitso Mosimane, is currently preparing to face the National Guard, the champion of Niger, in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.

The team is expected to leave next October 14 on a private plane to Niger, to play the match, preserve the players and protect them from infection with the new Corona virus.

During the past few days, Al-Ahly officials were keen to complete travel procedures to Niger to face the National Guard team, in the African Championship, and Syed Abdel Hafeez, Al-Ahly’s football director, asked the team’s administrative staff to prepare travel procedures for Niger to play this match, which will be the starting kick, in the Champions League.

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