Nine Smouha players test positive for COVID-19

Nine Smouha players test positive for COVID-19
Nine Smouha players test positive for COVID-19

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian Premier League club Smouha have announced that nine of the team players have tested positive for COVID-19 after the latest round of coronavirus testing.

The Alexandria-based side have had a slow start to the Egyptian Premier League campaign having won just one in five games this season.

They are currently 10th in the league standings after picking up six points from their opening five games.

Smouha had reported 11 coronavirus cases ahead of their previous league game against Entag El-Harby.

The Blues stated on Monday that seven players have tested positive for COVID-19, in addition to another two players who couldn’t leave their homes due to having symptoms and afterwards they returned positive results.

The seven COVID-19 positive players are: Ragab Nabil, Ahmed Gamal, Ahmed Abdelkader, Abdelkabir El-Wadi, Ali Ahmed, Mohamed Ibrahim Mahfouz, Mohamed Rashad, Mahmoud Ezzat and Mohamed Mohsen.

Smouha are set to face Bank Al Ahly in the seventh round of the Egyptian Premier League on Tuesday, but the club have officially requested the postponement of the game from the Egyptian Football Association.

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