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The Egyptian Football Association’s Competitions Department decided to hold Egypt’s clearing match with Al-Ahly at the Army Stadium in Suez as part of the Premier League competition at seven in the evening tomorrow, Sunday, July 11, instead of five in the evening.
Gabaliya officials confirmed to the two clubs that the reason for postponing the match was due to the high temperature tomorrow in Suez, on the one hand, and the match did not take place at nine in the evening due to the start of the European Nations Championship final between England and Italy on the same date on the other hand.
Al-Ahly’s ball concludes its training this evening, Saturday, its preparations to face Egypt clearing at the new Suez Stadium in the postponed meeting of the eighteenth round of the Premier League competition, where the red genie trains at the Titch Stadium and then heads to Suez to stay in it in preparation for the upcoming match, which Al-Ahly looks forward to winning. In order to continue the local victories before traveling to Morocco next Tuesday to play the African final on July 17th in the final of the African Champions League.
On the other hand, Al-Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane said that the team won an important victory over the Arab Contractors, in the match that was held at Petrosport Stadium in the 26th round of the Premier League, and Mosimani added: “The Contractors match was very difficult, Especially since the Arab Contractors team played from the first minute to prevent Al-Ahly from scoring goals, but the team dealt well and was able to achieve its goal and exit with three points, and cut a step in the Premier League race.”
Musimani explained that he watched matches for the Arab Contractors team, which played differently during the Al-Ahly match than in its previous matches. And he stressed that Al-Ahly achieved its goal by cleaning the net and scoring goals, through patience, especially since with the passage of time the matter was becoming more difficult for Al-Ahly. Mosimane continued: “This is football, we must accept it, especially when we face a team that defends with 7 players.”