Al-Ahly and Esperance match
He added during the “Al-Hekaya” program broadcast on the “mbc Egypt” channel: “I am wearing a red dress, because of course Al-Ahly will play Esperance in the semi-finals of Africa.”
Sympathy for the 90 minutes
He continued: “I sympathized with Al-Ahly, and I wore the red scarf, but this is not affiliation, but I will sympathize with them for only 90 minutes.”
Al-Khatib supports Al-Ahly players before facing Esperance
Mahmoud Al-Khatib, President of Al-Ahly Club, was keen to attend the final training session for the club’s first football team, which was held yesterday evening at Al-Ahly Wei Al-Salam Stadium in preparation for the Esperance match in the Champions League semi-final second leg.
Al-Khatib attended the final team training yesterday, before facing the Tunisian Esperance, in order to support the players and support them before the upcoming confrontation against the Tunisian champion.
Al-Ahly’s last training session before facing Esperance
The first football team of Al-Ahly Club concluded its training yesterday evening, Friday, in preparation for the African Champions League match against Esperance of Tunisia in the second leg of the semi-finals, which is scheduled to be held at nine in the evening today at Al-Ahly We Al-Salam Stadium.
Al-Ahly’s training witnessed the team’s coach, Pitso Mosimane, giving technical instructions to the players to emphasize many important points before facing Esperance.
Mosimane The Esperance match is difficult and our goal is to win
Musimani, coach of Al-Ahly’s first football team, stressed the difficulty of the Esperance match today in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-final, noting that the match will be open to both teams, and it will be decided by the result, not the performance.
“We will play the Esperance match with few advantages, and we know the history of the confrontations between the two teams, which confirms their difficulty,” Musimani said in the press conference for the match, which was held on Friday.
He added: “We scored a goal in Tunisia, and this does not mean qualifying for the final, and we must strive to achieve our goal, while maintaining a clean sheet and not conceding any goals throughout the match.”
Mohamed El-Shennawy’s statement
Mohamed El-Shennawy, captain and goalkeeper of the first football team in Al-Ahly Club, confirmed his team’s readiness to face Esperance in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League this evening, Saturday.
El-Shennawy added during the match’s press conference: “Facing Esperance is very difficult, and we are well aware of this and we know that every match has its own circumstances.”
Al-Shennawi said: Al-Ahly’s senior players held several sessions with their fellow players to motivate them for today’s match, and everyone is ready and well aware of the importance and difficulty of the match.
Hamdi Al-Madeeb, president of the Tunisian Esperance Club, attended the training of the Tunisian Esperance team, which started at nine o’clock yesterday evening, Friday, at Al-Salam Stadium, in preparation for facing Al-Ahly in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.
Hamdi Meddeb was keen to be present in the last training session of the Tunisian Esperance team in order to motivate the players of the Tunisian champion before playing today’s match against Al-Ahly, in which the Bab Souika team hopes to win by more than one goal to compensate for the loss in the first leg with a goal without a response, and then go up to the match The final of the African Championship.
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