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Al Ahly’s South African coach Pitso Mosimane seeks to reconcile with the team’s fans after the club’s previous poor performance against Ghazl El Mahalla which saw the Red Devils lose 0-1.
The match is set to take place at the Al-Salam Stadium in Cairo, without a public presence due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Al Ahly are in second place of their Champions League group with 7 points
The clash between the two teams saw Al Ahly walk away with three goals and a clean sheet at the Al-Shuhada Stadium in the fourth round of the CAF Champions League’s group stage.
The club had previously failed to renew the contracts of three of its oldest players, namely Abdullah Al-Saeed, Ahmed Fathy, and Sherif Ekrami, who both play for Pyramids FC now, or Hossam Ashour, who now plays with Al-Ittihad Alexandria SC.
Al Ahly coach Mosimane has prepared strike force to win, club President Al-Khatib eases pressure on players
Al Ahly qualified to the cup final a 2-0 victory on Al-Ittihad Al-Iskandari on Tuesday.
It will be first Cairo derby in CAF Champions League final
The source added that the decision will be activated on all bodies, clubs, and the Egyptian Olympic Committee in cases where financial irregularities are found.
Zamalek’s second leg match against Raja Casablanca faces potential delay as 8 of Moroccan team’s players confirm COVID-19 diagnoses
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.
Reports have appeared in both the Moroccan and Egyptian press stating that Al Ahly had completed its agreement with its Moroccan counterpart to take on the 26-year-old player, whose contract with Raja extends until 2022
It seems that Al-Ittihad Al-Sakandary SC have managed to anger Al Ahly fans twice in only one week.
The incident occurred late in the second half, when Mohsen did not pick up on a pass from his Senegalese teammate, Aliou Badji, as he believed himself to be offside in front of the opposing team’s goal.
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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.
Swiss coach Weiler looks to shore up club’s main positions with new signings
Sporting clubs are not exempted from these measures, and as part of its social responsibility, Al Ahly, headed by Mahmoud El Khatib, has also taken precautions and preventive measures. These measures have been taken to ensure the safety of Al Ahly family, and include a lockdown of the club’s three branches.
The Egyptian Football Association’s (EFA) normalisation committee, led by Amr El-Ganaini, will hold a press conference on Thursday at the EFA headquarters to announce applying the VAR technology in Egyptian stadiums.
The fourth-round league match was postponed as Egypt hosted U23 Africa Cup of Nations at the time
It will be Al Ahly’s Swiss coach René Weiler’s second Super Cup with the team after he winning the previous edition in September 2019 in Alexandria.
Pyramids received a very strong blow as the EFA’s ethics and discipline committee decided to ban five players of the club, namely Ahmed Ayman Mansour, Ragab Bakkar, Ali Gabr, Islam Eissa, and Omar Gaber for three matches in addition of EGP 50,000 fine for each.
Al Khatib also hopes to win his first title as the head of the club.
Al Ahly’s Chairperson Mahmoud Al-Khatib decided to accompany the club’s delegation to Khartoum, especially after the heated atmosphere in Sudan, and the importance of the game, as Cairo giants need to win or draw to qualify for quarter-finals.
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Meanwhile, the EFA officials said that a CAF committee will visit Egypt next week to inspect the Cairo and El Salam stadiums to ensure their readiness to host the U-23 AFCON.
El-Khatib’s approval does not mean that the project is under implementation, but it still requires obtaining necessary licences and security approvals, while the marketing department in the club is preparing economic and geographical studies on the stadium scheduled to be built in Sheikh Zayed city.
Taha Ismail, head of the planning committee, said the coach was chosen because he is ambitious and young and has a good ability to communicate with the players
Sayed Abdel Hafez remains as football director