Zamalek release squad for league’s Cairo derby

Zamalek release squad for league’s Cairo derby
Zamalek release squad for league’s Cairo derby

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Zamalek manager Patrice Carteron has named his 25-man squad to face Al Ahly in the Egyptian Premier League.

The White Knights enter the game with high morale as they recently beat Al Ahly on penalties to win the Egypt Super Cup.

However, Zamalek will be without a few players as they were handed suspensions after fights broke out following their victory against Al Ahly on Thursday.

Mahmoud Abdel-Razek Shikabala, Abdallah Gomaa, and Emam Ashour have all been ruled out of the game against Al Ahly as they were suspended on Sunday.

Photo: Zamalek SC

Al Ahly also have their share of absences after the incident on Thursday as they already released their squad for the game against Zamalek.

The Red Devils host Zamalek on Monday in the Egyptian Premier League’s postponed Cairo derby. Kick-off takes place at 19:30 CLT.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Mahmoud Gennesh, Mohamed Abou-Gabal, Mohamed Awad, and Mohamed Sobhi.

Defenders: Mahmoud Alaa, Mohamed Abdel-Ghany, Mahmoud Hamdy El-Wensh, Hazem Emam, Mohamed Abel-Shafy, Mohamed Abdel-Salam, and Ahmed Eid.

Midfielders: Ferjani Sassi, Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Ounajem, Youssef Obama, Achraf Bencharki, Karim Bambo, Mostafa Fathi, Ahmed Sayed Zizo, Mohamed Hassan, Mohamed Antar, and Eslam Gaber.

Forwards: Mostafa Mohamed, Kabongo Kasongo, and Omar El-Said.

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