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Egypt's Ahly to play Spain's Getafe in friendly

Egyptian giants Ahly have agreed to play a friendly against Spanish La Liga side Getafe on 3 September as part of their preparations for the new season.

Eslam Omar , Tuesday 11 Aug 2015
Emad Meteb
Emad Meteb (R) of Egypt's Ahly fights for the ball with Ibrahim Kone of Ivory Coast's Sewe Sport during their African Confederations Cup final soccer match at Cairo stadium, December 6, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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"The marketing department have completed procedures with Al-Ahram Advertising Agency for a friendly against Getafe on 3 September," the Cairo-based club stated on their official website Tuesday.

Ahly, the record holders of 36 Egyptian Premier Leagues, failed to win a ninth successive title as arch-rivals Zamalek ended an 11-year drought.

The Red Devils are currently defending their Africa Confederation Cup title, lying second in Group A with nine points.

They are flying to Tunisia 20 August to play Esperance two days later in the fifth game of the group stage.

They will also meet Gouna in round of 16 of the Egypt Cup on Thursday.

Spanish club Getafe finished 14th in La Liga last season with 37 points.

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