Zamalek midfielder ruled out of Teungueth clash due to passport issue

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Zamalek midfielder ruled out of Teungueth clash due to passport issue

- Yasmine El Tohamy - Zamalek midfielder Mohamed Ashraf Rouka has been ruled out from his side’s clash with Senegal’s Teungueth in the CAF Champions League due to issues with his passport.

The Whites had a disappointing start to their CAF Champions League campaign as they were held to a 0-0 home draw by MC Alger.

READ: Zamalek without El-Wensh, Hazem Emam ahead of Senegal trip

Their second game will see them face Senegal’s Teungueth away from home after the latter lost their opening game to Espérance 2-1.

Pacheco will be without a couple of his key players in Mahmoud Hamdy El-Wensh and skipper Hazem Emam due to injury.

To make matters worse, Zamalek announced that they will be without Mohamed Ashraf Rouka due to passport issue.

According to reports, the Whites discovered the issue in the airport ahead of the trip to Senegal and sent the player home.

The game will take place on Tuesday, February 23 in a clash that could complicate the group for Zamalek if they fail to win.

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