Moroccan reports revealed that problems are still haunting Juan Carlos Garrido, coach of the Moroccan Wydad, after the injury suffered by defender Brahima Kumara in the match between Nahdet Berkane, which ended with the loss of Wydad.
Al-Ahly club announced the date of the Moroccan Wydad match in the second leg of the CAF Champions League semi-finals, and Sayed Abdel Hafeez, Al-Ahly football manager, said that the technical staff has set the 3 October date for the second leg, while the first-leg match will be held on Sunday 25 and 26 September.
The Moroccan newspaper Al-Mukhtab said that Kumara is undergoing medical examinations to confirm the nature of the injury, although the first indications confirm that Kumar may miss some matches, which adds to the troubles of the Spanish coach, who suffers in this position, who presented great humility after the resumption of the tournament. Without excluding the disappointing level at which Wydad appeared in the matches of Mouloudia, Jeddah and Nahdet Berkane, which made Jaredo review his papers and correct the situation of his group.
The newspaper pointed out that the Wydad Casablanca players did not benefit from their quarantine, so their return to the professional tournament showed a lack of focus and confidence, poor performance and ineffectiveness, as if they were playing for the first time among themselves, and the reasons for not running pre-season matches during their camp in Agadir that had previously resumed the tournament, from The main reasons that made the red team appear modest, which rings the alarm, especially as it is on the verge of fiery confrontations related to the professional tournament and the semi-finals of the African Champions League, especially as it faces the strongest team at the African level, Al-Ahly Club of Egypt.