Egyptian national handball team will face Sweden, on Monday, in their third and final match of group stage at 2021 World Men’s Handball Championship.
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Big Ramy was born on 16 September 1984 in Kafr El-Sheikh governorate, to a working class family with links to the fish trade. He joined the family business whilst also maintaining his bodybuilding practice.
Zamalek had beat Al Mokawloon Al Arab SC (2-0) in their opening league game, so the White Knights aim to maintain their winning run.
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The team underwent a medical swab test for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), last Monday morning, to check on the players. It was later confirmed that the player, Omar Al-Wakeel has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Al Ahly’s South African coach Pitso Mosimane has played a series of manoeuvres over the status of winger Mahmoud Kahraba who remains a doubt for the match due to his injury.
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Egyptian Premier League has faced many crises in the current season, the most notable of which is the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This has caused all sporting events in Egypt, and worldwide, to grind to a halt for the better part of 148 days.
The committee’s statements come following an increase in the number of players who have confirmed their infection with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the past few days. One of the notable football players who have tested positive for the coronavirus was Al Ahly’s Hamdy Fathy, who had participated in team training before his diagnosis.
Final round of matches also represents make-or-break moment for teams facing relegation
The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) five-member normalisation committee confirmed that the league would resume, though there have been doubts as to whether this will happen as many clubs oppose the decision.
London-based newspaper, The Daily Mail, noted that the Premier League officials are preparing to announce the new deal after they agreed to its completion.
Our national team is able to achieve distinguished results, says Hisham Nasr
Weekly meetings between Sports Minister and organizing committee of championship to ensure event’s success
I do not differentiate between Al Ahly and Zamalek, but would focus on the technical offer
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