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Badr Bannon arrives in Cairo today and appears in Al-Ahly after the end of the international mission

Moroccan Badr Bannon, Al-Ahly club’s defender, arrives today in Cairo after the end of his mission in the camp of his country’s national team, and the Moroccan defender is scheduled to appear tonight in Al-Ahly, with South African Betso Musimani, technical director of the Red Genie, determining the decision to participate in the training or not.

Al-Ahly continues its training today, Saturday, at the Touch Stadium, where the technical staff, led by Pitso Mosimane, is explaining the tactical and technical sentences that he intends to apply in the Esperance match in Tunisia, and directing instructions and advice to the players in order to cross this confrontation to safety and achieve a positive result in it.

Al-Ahly’s administrative apparatus has finalized arrangements for a trip to Tunisia next Tuesday in preparation for facing Tunisia’s Esperance on June 19 at Hamadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium, in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League, and to check on the red team’s equipment from training fields, transfers and precautionary measures.

In a related context, Sayed Abdel Hafeez, the football director of Al-Ahly Club, contacted the stars of the red team, to warn them against communicating with their business agents in the current period, or discussing any offers that reach the club at the present time; Because of the sensitivity of the current stage for the red team.

Abdel Hafeez called on Al-Ahly stars to take into account the red team’s readiness for the two crucial matches of Esperance, and to postpone the study or discussion of any offers that reach the players in the coming period, until the completion of the African Champions League competitions, for fear of the players’ distraction and preoccupation with offers and external temptations, before playing an important match against Esperance. .

More than one player in Al-Ahly received foreign offers, whether formally or verbally, through players’ agents, such as Mohamed Magdy Afsha, Amr Al-Sulayya, Mohamed Sharif, Alio Diang and Ali Maaloul, but the players postponed the decision on these offers until the completion of the Esperance matches.