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Winger Soliman ready to boost Ahly against Dakhlya in Egyptian league

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Wednesday 26 Dec 2018
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Ahly players during Wednesday's training session (Photo: Ahly's official website)
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Ahly's winger Walid Soliman is ready to boost the team in Saturday's league match against Dakhlya after recovering from his injury, the club announced on Wednesday.

"Soliman rejoined the training session on Wednesday after recovering from the ankle injury that kept him out of the recent trip to Ethiopia. He is ready for Dakhlya match," reads a statement on Ahly's official website.

Soliman missed the 1-0 away loss to Jimma Aba Jifar of Ethiopia in the return match of the CAF Champions league Round of 32 on Sunday. 

However, the team managed to qualify for the group stage of the African prestigious competition after winning 2-1 on aggregate.

Winger Islam Mohareb and midfielder Hisham Mohamed also took part in Wednesday's training session after recovering from injuries they picked during Sunday's match.

On the domestic level, Ahly, under their caretaker manager Mohamed Youssef, currently lie seventh at the league table with 23 points from 11 matches, 12 behind leaders Zamalek who played three matches more.

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