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Ammar Hamdy enters Al-Ahly’s accounts after his brilliance in the Ghana friendly for the locals

The Swiss, Marcel Koller, Al-Ahly coach, intends to seek the help of Ammar Hamdi, the team’s player, during the coming period, after the player completed his rehabilitation program from the cruciate ligament injury, and he also participated in Al-Ahly’s “substitutes” friendly yesterday in front of the Ghana national team..

Ammar Hamdi began to receive the attention and praise of Al-Ahly’s technical staff, after the player appeared well in the recent group training, as well as in yesterday’s friendly that was held at the Touch Stadium, in which the Ghana national team won 3/1..

Al-Ahly played yesterday’s friendly with the youth team, born in 2001 and 2003, and some of the first-team players participated with it, namely Mahmoud Abdel Moneim Kahraba, Mohamed Mahmoud and Ammar Hamdi Muhammad Mahmoud and Ziyad Tariq participated from the beginning of the meeting.

And Al-Ahly led in yesterday’s friendly, Mohamed Sharaf and Sherif Abdel-Fadil, in the presence of the technical staff of the first team, led by Marcel Koller.

Al-Ahly led the bilateral meeting, Muhammad Sharaf and Sherif Abdel-Fadil, in the presence of the head of the youth sector, Khaled Bebo, and his deputy, Walid Suleiman, while the technical staff of the first team, led by Marcel Koller, was keen to follow the meeting from the main booth.

Team concludes Al Ahly Led by Swiss Marcel Koller, he prepared for today, Sunday, to face Pyramids, which is scheduled for the seventh evening tomorrow, Monday, at Cairo International Stadium, in the eleventh round of the Premier League competition.

The Red Genie will play its last training session at the Tech Stadium, then Kohler will announce the match list that will enter a closed camp tonight.

Al-Ahly is looking forward to regaining victories in the league against Pyramids after a draw with Ceramica, with a goal for each team in the last round, and before that a negative tie with Smouha.

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