Egypt’s Daily sports Digest June 21: Shikabala move to Lierse breaks down

Shikabala move to Lierse breaks down –

Mahmoud Abdel-Razek ‘Shikabala’s proposed move to S.K. Lierse has fallen through after clubs have failed to come to an agreement.

Following a series of negotiations, Zamalek and Lierse have failed to come to an agreement over the transfer of Shikabala to the Belgian club.


Egypt’s Ahly to be boosted by fans against ASEC – Ahram online

Egyptian club Ahly have received security confirmations that they can allow fifteen thousand fans to attend their CAF Champions’ League group stage against Ivory Coast’s ASEC Mimosas Abidjan on 28 June.


Mokhtar Mokhtar renews Ittihad of Alexandria contract –

Ittihad of Alexandria hand Mokhtar Mokhtar new one-year deal to continue with club as their manager for the 2016/17 season.

The club’s chairman Mahmoud Mashaly announced the renewal of Mokhtar Mokhtar’s contract yesterday evening for another year to come.


Al Ahly given confirmation on fans’ attendance vs Asec Mimosas – Kingfut

15,000 fans will be permitted in the stands for Al Ahly’s crucial home game against Ivorian giants ASEC Mimosas later this month.

The Red Devils’ clash with ASEC will be held on the 28th of the current month in Alexandria with the club’s executive-manger Sherin Shams confirming to the club’s official website that 15,000 fans are set to be allowed to attend the encounter.


Pinnick Urges Enyimba To Be Focused –

Amaju Melvin Pinnick, President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has charged players and officials of Enyimba FC not to lose focus following Sunday’s CAF Champions League 1-0 loss to visiting Egyptian side, Zamalek FC.

Teams playing in the group stage know every match counts not only for the money but also for the points.

Defeat in the very first game of the lucrative pool stage could have the tendency of demoralising the group, but Pinnick told the team on Monday that they could still go all the way. – See more at:

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