Kahraba returns as Al Ahly announce squad for Ismaily clash

Kahraba returns as Al Ahly announce squad for Ismaily clash
Kahraba returns as Al Ahly announce squad for Ismaily clash

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly have announced their 22-man squad to face Ismaily in the Egyptian Premier League, which saw the return of Mahmoud Kahraba.

Kahraba was handed a 10-match ban after getting into a physical altercation with Zamalek’s Emam Ashour during the Egyptian Super Cup.

He will now make his first official appearance for the Red Devils since the resumption of all football activities in the country.

READ: EFA impose fines on Al Ahly, Zamalek for criticizing referees

The squad also saw the return of Amr El-Solaya who recovered from his minor injury while Mahomud Wahid also made the cut.

League leaders Al Ahly will host 10th-placed Ismaily at the Cairo International Stadium on Friday September 11th at 8:30pm local time.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Mohamed El-Shennawy, Ali Lotfy, and Mostafa Shobeir.

Defenders: Ali Maaloul, Ayman Ashraf, Yasser Ibrahim, Rami Rabia, Mahmoud Wahid, Ahmed Fathi, and Mohamed Hany.

Midfielders: Amr El-Solaya, Hamdi Fathi, Ahmed El-Sheikh, Walid Soliman, Mohamed Magdy Afsha, Geraldo, Aliou Dieng, and Arabi Badr.

Forwards: Aliou Badji, Junior Ajayi, Kahraba, and Marwan Mohsen.

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