Ferjani Sassi returns as Zamalek name squad for MC Alger clash

Ferjani Sassi returns as Zamalek name squad for MC Alger clash
Ferjani Sassi returns as Zamalek name squad for MC Alger clash

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Zamalek head coach Jaime Pacheco has named his squad that will face Mouloudia Club d’Alger in the CAF Champions League.

The Whites will open their CAF Champions League group stage campaign by facing Algerian club MC Alger in Cairo.

After last year’s disappointing final defeat to arch-rivals Al Ahly, Zamalek will aim to lift the title for the first time in almost 20 years.

Their squad for MC Alger saw the return of Ferjani Sassi and Achraf Bencharki, while Hamza Mathlouthi was left out.

New signing Marwan Hamdi made the squad, unlike Seifeddine Jaziri, who wasn’t registered for the competition due to him playing the CAF Confederation Cup with Arab Contractors.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Mohamed Abou-Gabal, Mahmoud Gennesh.

Defenders: Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud Hamdy El-Wensh, Mohamed Abdel-Ghany, Abdallah Gomaa, Hazem Emam, Ahmed Fetouh.

Midfielders: Tarek Hamed, Ahmed Sayed Zizo, Youssef Obama, Mahmoud Abdel-Razek, Emam Ashour, Eslam Gaber, Hussein Faisal, Ferjani Sassi, Mohamed Ashraf Rouka.

Forwards: Osama Faisal, Marwan Hamdi, Achraf Bencharki, Hamid Ahdaad.

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