It was confirmed that El-Shennawy was absent from the upcoming matches of the Pharaohs against Angola and Gabon


It was confirmed that Mohamed El-Shennawy, the captain of Al-Ahly and the Egyptian national team player, was absent from the upcoming Pharaohs team camp during the period from 8 to 16 November, to play the matches of Angola and Gabon at the end of the first phase of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

Mohamed El-Shennawy will also miss the two matches of his team against the National Guard, the champion of Niger, in the 32nd round of the championship, other than the opening match between Al-Ahly and Ismaili, while the date of the league matches is awaited in the following weeks to determine his position on the absence in the rest of the matches.

Mohamed El-Shennawy needs to perform a qualifying program from one month to five weeks, which confirms that his chances of catching up with the upcoming Egypt national team camp are almost non-existent.

Ahmed Abu Abla, head of the medical staff for the first football team in Al-Ahly Club, revealed that Mohamed El-Shennawy, captain of the team, performed an ultrasound and an MRI today, after the team’s mission arrived in Cairo, and it was found that there was a rupture in the back muscle that needs a treatment period ranging from between 4 to 5 weeks.

Al-Shennawi was injured during his participation in the national team match against his Libyan counterpart, which was held yesterday in Benghazi in the fourth round of qualifiers for the sixth group qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

After the arrival of the national team’s delegation to Cairo, Mohamed El-Shennawy underwent medical examinations under the supervision of the club’s medical apparatus, which revealed that he had suffered a torn hamstring muscle and is undergoing a treatment and rehabilitation program during the coming period to prepare him to return to participate in training and official matches.

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