Zamalek doctor Moustapha El-Monayery announced on Thursday that Mohamed Aoudia has resumed full trainings and joined the team’s preparation ahead of the clash against ENPPI set for next Tuesday in day 18 of the Egyptian Premier League.
“Aoudia has totally recovered and can play against ENPPI” El-Monayery told Ahram Online.
The 23 year-old striker, who joined Zamalek in January, has been struggling since last March with a groin injury.
Aoudia’s return is good news for Zamalek coach Hossam Hassan who has sustained several absences in the team’s front line.
Despite scoring against Haras El-Hodoud and Petrojet, Ahmad Gaafar was criticized for missing several occasions, while the Ivorian Abou Kone hasn't convinced yet.
Zamalek's doctor added that team’s goalkeeper Abdel-Wahed El-Sayed sustained an ankle injury against Petrojet but that won’t prevent him from playing against ENPPI.
Zamalek are on top of the league table with 38 points, 6 ahead of second-placed Ahly.