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Injury to sideline key Ahly player Abdallah El-Said for a month

Egypt and Ahly player Abdallah El-Said has a collarbone injury

Ahram Online , Friday 10 Jun 2016
Abdallah El-Saied
Egypt and Ahly midfielder Abdallah El-Saied
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Ahly attacking midfielder Abdallah El-Said will miss the remaining games of the Egyptian Premier League after sustaining a collarbone injury during Thursday's 2-0 win over Dakhleya, the club has said.

"Medical scans have showed that Abdallah El-Said is suffering from a collarbone injury at the right shoulder," read a statement on the club's official website.

"El-Said will be sidelined for almost a month until the he recovers from the injury," the statement added.

The 30-year-old has been a key player both for Ahly and for Egypt's national team in recent games due to his assist to his team's strikers.

The Red Devils remain top of the league table on 71 points, eight ahead of second-placed and reigning champions Zamalek, while Dakhleya lie ninth on 44.

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