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Zamalek's Said may not play in Maghreb Fes clash

Defender Hani Said could miss Zamalek's CAF Champions League's round 16 clash against Maghreb Fes due to injury

Mohamad Mosselhi, Monday 23 Apr 2012
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Zamalek's defender Hani Said may not play in the CAF champions League's round 16 (first leg) clash against Maghreb Fes set to be played on Saturday due to an ankle injury.

The player failed to complete Zamalek's friendly game against Wadi Degla, on Monday due because of a sprained ankle and he was substituted by Salah Soliman who has recently recovered from a knee injury.  

It was a bad surprise for Coach Hassan Shehata who is worried about losing his solid defender in the upcoming crucial game.

The 27-year-old defender has a permanent place in Zamalek's starting line-up since joining the White Knights last summer.

Zamalek will face African Super Cup winner's Maghreb Fes on Saturday, the second leg will be played in Cairo on 12 May.  

 

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