Al-Ahly is satisfied with including 3 players from the Olympic hexagon...

Pitso Mosimane, coach of the first team at Al-Ahly club, has decided to include two or three players at most from the hexagon returning from Tokyo to participate in the closed camp that the team will play before the Wadi Degla match.

The Olympic team had included Al-Ahly’s six to participate in the Olympics, namely: Muhammad Al-Shennawi, Akram Tawfiq, Ahmed Ramadan Beckham, Nasser Maher, Taher Muhammad Taher and Salah Mohsen.

Al-Ahly TV correspondent stated from Mukhtar Al-Titch Stadium that he saw only two players from the Olympic hexagon present in Maran today, namely Taher Muhammad Taher and Akram Tawfiq, but it is possible that other players have arrived through the non-main gates.

The reporter indicated that he had spoken with Sayed Abdel Hafeez, Al-Ahly’s director of football, who confirmed that the team will include two or three players at most from within the Olympic hexagon to participate in the Wadi Degla match camp.

And Abdel Hafeez explained, through the statements made by the reporter, that Musimani has not yet decided on the names that will receive additional rest and the others that will participate in tomorrow’s meeting.

In a related context, the reporter, according to statements by Ahmed Abu Abla, the team doctor, confirmed the readiness of Rami Rabias participation in the Wadi Degla meeting, while Walid Suleiman needs less than 10 days to participate in the group training.

It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly club faces Wadi Degla team at nine oclock tomorrow evening, Wednesday, at Al-Ahly Stadium, in a meeting postponed from the 22nd week of the General League.

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