Mohamed El-Khouly, vice-president of the Egyptian club, said in statements toFilGoal.com: “Hassan Nasr’s crisis with the Qatari authorities ended after the club’s management and several parties intervened.”
“We are currently working on rescheduling the ticket to travel to Uganda and catch up with the team’s mission tomorrow morning,” he added.
A source from the Egyptian club had revealed toFilGoal.com On the detention of Hassan Nasr in Qatar due to the discovery of a fine on him since he was a coach for a Qatari club. (See details)
Hassan Nasr did not join the Egyptian mission to Uganda, as he remained in Qatar after the team’s transit there as part of the mission’s journey.
Al-Masry is preparing to face Revinio Authority from Uganda next Saturday evening, in the first leg of the 32nd round of the CAF Confederation.
Al-Masry is preparing to face Revinio Authority from Uganda, in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Confederation.
Hassan Nasr had joined the new technical staff of the Egyptian club for the next season as a guard coach, accompanied by Mouin El Shaabani, the Tunisian coach.