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Zamalek's duo Nagguez and Sassi, Ahly's Maaloul called up for Tunisia-Cameroon friendly

Ahram Online , Thursday 3 Oct 2019
Tunisian Ferjani Sassi
Tunisian Ferjani Sassi
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Tunisia's coach Mondher Kebaier revealed on Thursday his 28-man list for the Carthage Eagles' friendly game against Cameroon, which is set to be played on the 12th of this month in Tunisia.

Zamalek fullback Hamdi Nagguez and his teammate Ferjani Sassi featured in the list, which also includes Ahly left-back Ali Maaloul.

Nagguez and Sassi missed Tunisia's preparation camp last month as coach Kebaier left them out to give the duo the chance to play with Zamalek in the Egypt Cup final. Pyramids FC’s new signing Amor Layouni was also called-up for next week's preparation camp.

The 27-year-old, who joined pyramids FC this summer from FK Bodø/Glimt of Norway, made his first appearance with the Egyptian side on Thursday when they defeated Tanta 2-1 in an Egyptian league game.

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