Tire .. Hamas Bin Sharqi and Jadiya Cheka .. Zamalek players are preparing for Ismaily after Raja was postponed

The Zamalek team, led by Portugal’s Jaime Pacheco, continued its training in preparation for the next competitions, as the white sought to fulfill the dream of its fans by competing for the African Champions League title and crossing into the final match of the African Championship after overcoming the hurdle of Moroccan hope, who will face the Whites in the semi-final second leg on the 1st of Next November, in Cairo, in addition to finishing the Premier League competition in second place this season, after Al-Ahly succeeded in officially crowning the title, as the White Knight is preparing to face the Ismaili, in the last round of the Premier League competitions, scheduled to be held next Monday, in addition to its competitions in Egypt Cup.

Enthusiasm and seriousness appeared on all Zamalek players, during their training at the club’s stadium in Dead Oqba, where the Portuguese was keen Pacheco To hold a session with the players to motivate them to cross the next stage, in addition to explaining a number of plans that he intends to implement with them in the upcoming training, and Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala, the team leader, appeared enthusiastically during his participation in the ball training with the team, as well as Moroccan Ashraf Bin Sharqi, after His mastery with the Whites this season, the last of which was his winning goal against Morocco’s Raja, in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-finals.

Mustafa Mohamed, the Zamalek striker, also performed the exercises seriously, as the player sought to continue finding him in the next stage, to contribute with the team to reaching the African Final and crowning the title, and the training section of the white goalkeepers witnessed a competition and enthusiasm between the four goalkeepers Muhammad Abu Jabal, Mahmoud Jensh and Muhammad Awad And Mohamed Sobhy.

Zamalek won the Moroccan Raja, in the match that brought the two teams together last Sunday night, in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, which was held at Mohammed V Stadium, in Casablanca, Morocco, and ended with the victory of the White with a goal without a response, which was scored by Ashraf bin Sharqi, Where the white team seeks to restore all its elements to play the second leg against Raja and cross the semi-finals in order to qualify for the African Champions League final and compete for the title absent from Castle Mitt Oqba since 2002, when it was directed for the fifth time in its history at the expense of Raja Casablanca.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced, through its official website, the postponement of the match between Zamalek and Morocco’s Raja Casablanca, until the first of next November, as part of the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League competition.

“Kaf” revealed that the Zamalek and Al-Raja match, which was scheduled to take place on Saturday evening, was postponed until the first of next November, provided that the final is on schedule, specifically the sixth of next November, and this came because of the infection of 14 players within the ranks of Raja Casablanca with the new Corona virus (Covid 19), which made the Moroccan Ministry of Health refuse the team’s travel to Cairo.

And the past few days, there have been attempts by the Raja club to postpone the meeting due to the conditions that the green team is going through in terms of injuries, after the number of Corona cases rose to 14 players.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) confirmed that the Al-Ahly match will be held against Wydad in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-finals on Friday, and stressed that the final match of the African Champions League will be held on the scheduled date of 6 November.

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