Meetings continue in Al-Ahly With the aim of preparing for other deals that will be decided for the team during the current winter transfer period, and club officials intensify their sessions and meetings to include more than one local and foreign deal to support the team, and in this regard the club ended the deal of Mohamed El-Dawy “Christo” the Tunisian coastal star player for 4 and a half seasons, after the agreement. With the Tunisian club and the player on all the details.
While the club officials backed down Al Ahly On the inclusion of Ghanaian Daniel Avery, the Ghanaian Hearts of Oak player, due to his modest technical abilities, after he participated in a friendly played by “substitutes” and Al-Ahly youth in front of the Ghanaian national team last Saturday afternoon at the Touch Stadium, a match in which Daniel participated with his country’s national team and scored a goal in Al-Ahly from a blow. A penalty, but the Al-Ahmar technical staff backed down from including the player because of his modest technical capabilities during this friendly match in which the Ghana national team won 3-1, and there is an important reason that made Al-Ahly back down from including the player, which is the club’s inability to use him in the African Championship because he He participated in the current version of the Confederation Championship with his club, Hearts of Oak.
Al-Ahly club officials are racing against time to end the winter deals file in order to settle the team list that will travel to Morocco to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup next February.
The management of Al-Ahly Club is currently working to support most of the positions within the team, which the Swiss Marcel Koller, the coach of the team, needs in order to compete for titles locally and continually.
Al-Ahly is participating in the FIFA World Cup 2023 for the eighth time in its history, and the third in a row.
The Red Genie participated in 7 previous editions, in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2020 and 2021.
The best results of the former Egyptian and African champions in the Club World Cup were winning the bronze medal on 3 occasions, in 2006 in Japan, 2020 in Qatar, and 2021 in the UAE.