FilGoal | News | Pyramids to Morocco by private...

FilGoal | News | Pyramids to Morocco by private...
FilGoal | News | Pyramids to Morocco by private...
The Pyramids mission will travel at 3 pm next Thursday to the Moroccan city of Casablanca, in preparation for the final matches of the African Confederation Cup.

Pyramids will meet on October 20 with his counterpart Horia Conakry of Guinea in the semi-finals of the Confederation at the Mohammed V stadium in Casablanca.

Hani Said, the sports director of the Pyramids club, explained that the mission will travel to Morocco by a special plane provided by the club’s management for the team, in the framework of providing all means of comfort for the players in order to achieve the title.

He stressed that the team will arrive in Rabat at seven in the evening, to go directly to his hotel of residence in Casablanca, to go through its daily training in preparation for the match scheduled for Tuesday.

It was decided that the international duo, Burkini Eric Traore, Ivorian and Fred Cannon, will join the Pyramids club’s mission in Casablanca.

Mohamed Salah, the team manager, explained that Cannon will join the Pyramids mission in Casablanca from Belgium after the end of the Côte d’Ivoire camp, while Traore from Morocco, who is in the company of his country, will join.

The international duo ends their association with the national teams of their countries, with two international friendlies, where the elephant team meets Japan, while Burkina Faso will meet his counterpart, Madagascar, in El Jadida, Morocco.

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