Egypt’s Daily sports Digest June 22 : 15,000 fans to be allowed for al ahly v asec clash
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Ten Ahly fans slightly injured during Monday’s packed training – Ahram online

Ten Ahly supporters suffered shortness of breath and minor bruising due to overcrowding as thousands of fans attempted to cheer on their players during Monday’s training session, Health Ministry spokesman Khaled Megahed announced.


15,000 fans to be allowed for al ahly v asec clash – africanfootball

Al Ahly have confirmed that 15,000 supporters will be allowed to attend their CAF Champions League home match against ASEC Mimosas later this month, according to KingFut.

The Egyptian giants will host the Ivory Coast side at the Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria on June 28.

Egyptian football has become used to the sight of empty stadiums, with fan violence in recent years leading to many games – both domestic and in African club competitions – being played behind closed doors.


Why top European clubs are battling to sign Egyptian phenomenon Ramadan Sobhi  –

Ramadan Sobhi is the talk of Egyptian football right now and recent attention-grabbing performances may well see him earn the big move many have tipped him to secure.

The talented 19-year-old has been making headlines for all the right reasons in his home country, with the Cairo-born attacking midfielder on the radars of a number of European giants.


The new Egyptian phenomena: Ramadona

Other than being a Football Manager wonderkid, football fans worldwide have been introduced to Al-Ahly’s rising star over the past week due to his name being linked with multiple Serie A and Premier League clubs, including rumoured interest from Chelsea.

So just how good is the Egyptian youngster, and in which areas does young Sobhi excel?

Our friends at EgyStats analysed the data, provided by their partners KoraStats, to bring us this detailed analysis of Sobhi’s footballing abilities.


Italian club Bologna bid for Zamalek rising star Fathi: Reports – Ahram online

Zamalek have received an offer from Italian outfit Bologna to land their attacking midfielder Mostafa Fathi, Italian and Egyptian media reported on Tuesday.

“Bologna have made an official offer of 400 thousand euros to land Fathi from Zamalek on a one-year loan-deal,” the player’s agent Ahmed Yehia told Egyptian sports news website Filgoal on Tuesday.

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