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Gedo ready for Ahly return, Abou El-Soud out on loan

Red Devils frontman Gedo is ready to play against Arab Contractors on Thursday, reserve keeper Mahmoud Abou El-Soud loaned out to Qanah

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Wednesday 29 Jan 2014
Gedo (R) of Egypt
Gedo (R) of Egypt's Ahly (Photo: Reuters)
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Ahly striker Mohamed Nagy Gedo will be available for Thursday's Egyptian Premier League clash against Arab Contractors, while goalkeeper Mahmoud Abou El-Soud has joined coastal club Qanah on loan.

Gedo, who has just rejoined the Cairo giants after ending his loan spell with English Premier League club Hull City, was doubtful for the match after picking up a knock on his ankle in training on Tuesday.

According to Ahly's official website, Gedo is in the 20-man squad announced by coach Mohamed Youssef.

Midfielder Hossam Ashour, who has been out of action due to injury, was also included in the squad.

Meanwhile, promoted club Qanah have officially signed Ahly's reserve goalkeeper Mahmoud Abou El-Soud on a six-month loan deal.

The player recently asked the club to allow him to go out on loan in order to play regular football.

Ahly are currently leading Egyptian league Group A with 12 points, three ahead of second-place Smouha.

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