Musimani was received by Captain Khaled Bebo, director of the junior sector, and Czech Michael Prokic, technical director of the sector, who explained to Musimani how to apply the technical and tactical aspects with the various teams.
Musimani first watched the training of the youth team, born in 2001, led by its technical director, Amr Anwar, and held a short session with a group of players who were promoted to the first team during the last period.
Musimani Maran continued the teams born in 2003 and 2007, under the leadership of their coaches, Sayed Gharib and Osama Zaki, and praised the work that all coaches do with their teams, especially alerting players to the necessity of tactical commitment.
Musimani sent a message to the players, asking them to have the personality of Al-Ahly, stressing that skill alone is not enough, especially since playing for Al-Ahly requires special ingredients.
The South African coach inspected the gymnasium for the youth sector, and then went to the Al-Ahly Academy stadiums, where the Al-Baraem teams, born from 2008 to 2012, were training. The role played by Al Baraem coaches in dealing well with the players at such a young age, he praised the infrastructure and the condition of the pitches for the youngsters, stressing that they help the players to play well.
Musimani had attended the 2006 match against Military Production, which ended with Al-Ahly winning 4-1, and confirmed that this comes within the framework of his interest in the youth sector, and his support for Al-Ahly youth to present their best levels and be qualified to play with the first team.