Ontime Sport broadcasts the match between Future and Ugandan Paul in the second leg of the preliminary round of the Confederation

Ontime Sports channels announced that it has obtained the exclusive rights to broadcast the Ugandan match between Future and Paul, which brings the two teams together at nine in the evening at Al Salam Stadium in the second leg of the 64th round of the African Confederation Cup.

Future enters today’s match missing two of its most important elements, as goalkeeper Mahmoud Abdel Rahim Jensh and Ahmed Refaat, the left wing, are absent, after the penalty imposed on the players from the Future Club by signing a financial fine and excluding them from the return match against Paul, after the argument. What happened between them after the end of the first leg match in Uganda.


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For his part, Ali Maher, technical director of Future, warned the team players against rushing to score goals, to avoid the scenario of wasting opportunities that Future suffered in the first leg match that was held in Kampala, and Ali Maher also stressed the need to adhere to defensive tasks and not to rush in the attack because Opening the team’s lines and giving Paul the opportunity to score goals, especially since any goal the team receives at home will need to score two goals to compensate.

The technical staff of Future decided that Mahmoud Hamdi will play in the goalkeeper to compensate for the absence of Jensh, and it is expected that Future will start the match by forming a component: Goalkeepers: Mahmoud Hamdi, Defense Line: Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed – Saad Samir – Mahmoud Rizk – Jonathan Nguim, midfield Karim Nedved – Ghannam Mohammed – Mohammed Reda “Bobo” – Mohammed Farouk – Nasser Maher, offensive line: Ahmed Atef.

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