Egypt’s sports digest July 14: Hossam Hassan remains in detention until Saturday court session; Egypt rise 2 spots in July FIFA rankings
Al Masry's coach Hossam Hassan reacts during their Egyptian Premier League soccer match against Al-Ahly at Borg El Arab "Army Stadium", west of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, Egypt, February 23, 2016. The match was played without spectators due to security reasons. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
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Court to decide on Hossam Hassan’s release Saturday after reconciliation settled

A reconciliation has been settled between Al-Masry Coach Hossam Hassan and a photographer whom Hassan reportedly beaten, and consequently was sent to detention.

Hassan will remain in custody at Torah Prison until the court considers the case Saturday and decide whether to release Hassan per the reconciliation documents.

 

Stock City: Ramadan Sobhy ‘important player’ to us

Stock City English Football Club has praised its newly-signed winger Ramadan Sobhy saying he is “an important player” for the club and denied any intentions for his secondment, YallaKora website quoted a source close to the player.

Stoke City have agreed a £3.5 million fee for Egypt international Ramadan Sobhi, according to ESPN website.

 

Zamalek reconsiders keeping Shikabala after good performance

Zamalek sporting club reportedly re-considers keeping Player Shikabala as part of the team after his good performance at an Egypt Cup match against Shorta Club, reported Youm7.

 

Egypt national beach handball team faces Australia, Uruguay

Egypt national beach handball team is scheduled to face its Australian and Uruguayan counterparts as part of evaluation tournaments for World Cup that is held in Hungary.

The first match will be played Friday night against Uruguay.

 

Egypt rise 2 spots in July FIFA rankings - KingFut.com

Egypt rose two places in the latest edition of FIFA rankings, and is now just two spots behind African rivals Senegal in the standings, according to KingFut website.

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