For the third day in a row, Mahmoud Al-Khatib, Al-Ahly’s president, personally supervised the team’s training at Mukhtar Al-Touch Stadium at the club’s headquarters in Al-Jazeera.
Al-Maran witnessed the brilliance of Senegalese newcomer, Alio Badji.
Al-Khatib met with Al-Ahly football director, Abdel-Hafiz, who is preparing to face his guest, the Tunisian coastal star, on Sunday in the fifth round of the CAF Champions League group stage.
Coach Rene Fyler held a theoretical lecture for the players before the practice began, in which the Swiss allocated a share for training in aiming from afar from different angles, whether from a moving or fixed ball.
Yankon Michel, the goalkeeper coach, led a strong pass by the three goalkeepers, Mohamed El Shennawi, Sherif Ekrami, and Ali Lotfi.
Al-Ahly hosts Al-Najm team in Al-Salam stadium and seeks victory to enhance its chances of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the continental championship.
Al-Ahly seeks to place Badji on the African list so that the 22-year-old striker can participate in the Champions League.
Al-Ahly and Safa are ranked second in the championship, with a score of 7 points, two points away from the top star.
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