Rami Rabia returns as Al Ahly announce squad for Al-Merrikh clash

Rami Rabia returns as Al Ahly announce squad for Al-Merrikh clash
Rami Rabia returns as Al Ahly announce squad for Al-Merrikh clash

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian powerhouse, Al Ahly, have announced their 20-man squad set to face Al-Merrikh in the CAF Champions League group stages.

The Reds will begin their title defence campaign with a home game against Sudanese side Al-Merrikh on Tuesday, February 16.

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Several players who competed in the Club World Cup have been left-out in order to rest such as Ali Maaloul, Ayman Ashraf, Hussein El-Shahat, Taher Mohamed Taher and Salah Mohsen.

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Meanwhile, Pitso decided to re-include defensive duo Rami Rabia and Mahmoud Wahid.

Full squad:

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

Defenders: Rami Rabia, Mahmoud Wahid, Badr Benoun, Yasser Ibrahim, Saad Samir, Ahmad Ramadan Beckham and Mohamed Hany, .

Midfielders: Amr El-Sulya, Aliou Dieng, Hamdi Fathi, Akram Tawfik, Mohamed Magdy Afsha and Mahmoud Kahraba.

Forwards: Junior Ajayi, Mohamed Sherif, Marwan Mohsen and Walter Bwalya.

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