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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Egypt national team head coach Hossam El-Badry has talked about the potential additions from the U-23 squad to the first team while discussing his relationship with Mohamed Salah.
The Pharaohs are currently third in Group G of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers after dropping points to Kenya and Comoros.
A 1-1 draw against Kenya at home followed by a goalless draw against Comoros saw Egypt go winless in all competitive games under Hossam El-Badry.
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Speaking to ON Sport, El-Badry revealed that he wants to call up a few players from the Olympic team, who recently won the 2019 U-23 AFCON title.
“We are willing to pick four or five players from the Olympic team,” said El-Badry. “Of course, Mostafa Mohamed will be one of them.
“I hope he maintains his current form and stays fit without getting any injuries.”
El-Badry also went on to lift the lid on his relationship with Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, saying: “It’s very good.
“I spoke with Salah about the severity of his injury and we agreed that he had to undergo scans to determine the amount of time he needs to rest.
“I told him that the most important thing is him staying fit because we have a long way to go and we didn’t want to rush with his injury,” he added.
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