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Ahly's El-Said starts light training, Gedo continues rehab

Playmaker El-Said started to train for the first time since last May as he was recovering from a broken-foot surgery

Ahram Online, Monday 17 Nov 2014
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Ahly's Abdalla El-Said (Photo: Bassam Al-Zoghby)
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Ahly midfielder Abdallah El-Said has started light training with the club for the first time since last season.

The player has been out of action since May after undergoing a surgery to repair his broken foot.

According to the club's medical staff, the 29-year old playmaker is supposed to be ready for matches by the end of next month.

At Monday's training, Injured Versatile defender Sherif Abdel-Fadil also continued rehabilitation program, while forward Mohamed Nagi Gedo is also doing the same in UAE.

Egyptian league is currently on a break due to the national team African commitments. Ahly players are preparing for facing Al-Nasr when the league resumes on 23 November.

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