09:45 AM | Tuesday 27 October 2020
Tunisian Ali Maaloul, left back, Al-Ahly
The chances of Tunisia’s Ali Maaloul, the left back of the club’s first team, diminished Ahly, Against Al-Jaish, scheduled next Saturday, in the 34th and final round of the Premier League championship, which will be held at “Al-Ahly We Peace” stadium.
And it was Ali MaaloulHe complained of pain in the posterior muscle before the Moroccan Wydad confrontation, which was held last Friday evening, and the technical staff preferred not to risk him and give him enough time to recover from the injury.
“Maaloul” performed a session in the “gym” during Al-Ahly training yesterday, then completed his qualification program by running around the stadium, where the Tunisian back is implementing a treatment and rehabilitation program to prepare him to participate in the group training session.
According to Al-Ahly sources, Maaloul will not join the confrontation of the Red Genie in front of the army vanguard, as he will adhere to qualifying training for a period of 3 to 4 days, and thus he will not join the confrontation with the military team.
The source confirmed that the technical staff would not risk paying Maaloul, in front of the Vanguards of the Army, to prepare it for the final match of the African Champions League, scheduled for the sixth of next November, where Al-Ahly is waiting for the winner from facing Zamalek and Moroccan Raja.
Al-Ahly team returned to training yesterday, Monday, after a 48-hour break, after defeating Moroccan Wydad, last Friday, in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-final, which it won 3-1, to climb to the continental final, after its previous victory in Its site will go with two clean goals.
Pitso Mosimane, coach of the first team, held a lengthy lecture with the players before the start of the training session, which was held yesterday evening, at the Touch Stadium, in preparation for facing the Vanguards of the Army, at the conclusion of the Premier League championship.
Musimani called on the players to close the file of the Moroccan Wydad match, and to focus on what is to come, as the coach was keen to talk about some technical points to implement them and correct mistakes.