Abdallah El-Said misses out as Pyramids name squad for Zamalek

Abdallah El-Said misses out as Pyramids name squad for Zamalek
Abdallah El-Said misses out as Pyramids name squad for Zamalek

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Photo: Pyramids FC

The head coach of Egyptian Premier League outfit Pyramids FC, Ante Cacic, has named his side’s squad for their anticipated clash against Zamalek in the 24th round of the league.

Zamalek host Pyramids on Thursday and both clubs eyeing victory in an encounter that is considered a second-place playoff in the league as both clubs jointly hold the second place with 45 points.

Pyramids will enter the match without their biggest threat and the Egyptian Premier League top scorer Abdallah El-Said due to injury, while they will also be missing their goalkeeper Ahmed El-Shennawy.

Pyramids full squad:

Goalkeepers: Mahdi Soliman, Abdelrahman Ayman

Defenders: Omar Gaber, Mohamed Hamdy, Tarek Taha, Abdallah Bakry, Ali Gabr, Ragab Bakkar, Mohamed Atwa, Ahmed Ayman Mansour

Midfielders: Nabil Emad Dunga, Eric Traore, Mohamed Fathi, Ahmed Tawfik, Mohamed Farouk, Ibrahim Hassan, Islam Eissa, Omar Layouni, Ibrahim Adel, Mahmoud Hamada

Strikers: John Antwi.

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