Pitso Mosimane names Al Ahly squad for Arab Contractors clash

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly’s new head coach Pitso Mosimane has named his 21-man squad in his first game in charge against Arab Contractors in the Egyptian Premier League.

Mosimane was announced as Al Ahly’s new head coach following the departure of Swiss manager Rene Weiler.

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Ahead of his first game in charge, the 56-year-old made a surprising decision to include Saleh Gomaa, who made just one appearance under Rene Weiler this season.

The squad also saw Junior Ajayi miss out while Marwan Mohsen and Aliou Badji lead Al Ahly’s front line.

Al Ahly play against Arab Contractors in the Egyptian Premier League’s 31st round on Sunday. Kick-off takes place at 20:00 CLT.

Full squad:

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

Defenders: Ayman Ashraf, Mohamed Hany, Ahmed Fathi, Mohamed Shokry, and Yasser Ibrahim.

Midfielders: Hamdi Fathi, Saleh Gomaa, Walid Soliman, Amr El-Sulya, Aliou Dieng, Geraldo, Mohamed Magdy ‘Afsha’, Mahmoud Kahraba, Arabi Badr, Mohamed Fakhry, and Hussein El-Shahat.

Forwards: Aliou Badji and Marwan Mohsen.

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