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Ahly's new signing El-Saied to play against ENPPI

Abdallah El-Saied will make his first appearance with the Red Devils after being included in the 18-man squad for Wednesday’s clash against ENPPI in the Egypt Cup

Mohamad Mosselhi, Tuesday 20 Sep 2011
Abdallah El-Said
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On Tuesday, Ahly’s coach Manuel Jose Da Silva announced his 18-man squad for ENPPI’s clash in Egypt Cup round of eight teams.

The group included Abdallah El-Said, who arrived to Ahly from Ismaily the last week after a big race with Zamalek.

The free kick specialist will boost Ahly’s squad, especially in offense beside Mohamed Abou Treika and Walid Soliman.

Mauritanian striker Dominique Da Silva, the team’s scorer Emad Metaab and midfielder Mohamad Shawky were excluded from the squad.

Ahly are looking for a win over ENPPI to console their supporters, who are disappointed with the team’s elimination from the CAF's Champions League.      

Ahly squad:

Goalkeepers: Sherif Ekrami, Mahmoud Abou Al-Seoud

Defenders:  Wael Gomaa, Mohamed Naguib, Sherif Abdel-Fadil, Ahmed Shedid, Ahmed Fathy, Rami Rabie, Sayed Moawad.

Midfielders: Hossam Ashour, Hossam Ghaly, Shehab Ahmed, Mohamed Abou Treika, Abdallah El-Said, Walid Soliman

Strikers: Mohamed Nagui ‘Gedo’, Mohamed Fadl, Fabio Junior


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