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Egypt begin 2014 World Cup preps

[Posted 27 Mar 2012]
[By Beezsports Reporter]
Egypt coach Bob Bradley
Zimbabwe's 2014 World Cup Brazil opponents Egypt have announced a home-grown squad for lined up friendlies in April to kick-off serious preparations for the forthcoming qualifiers in June.

The Pharaohs' coach Bob Bradley announced a squad of about 27 players including eveteran Mohamed Aboutrika who recently rescinded his retirement following the tragic death of 74 fans during a league match between al Masry and Al Ahly earlier this year.

The squad is due to play two friendlies against Uganda and Chad in Sudan later this month to prepare for a fairly difficult group that includes tough as tick Guinea and unpredictable Zimbabwe.

The Pharaohs failed to qualify for the last AFCON finals in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon earlier this year, and also missed the 2010 World Cup, the first of its kind on African soil, hosted by South Africa.
The Egyptian nation is therefore galvanised to do well in the 2014 qualifiers and ensure they win the group to qualify for the next round of the qualifiers.

Zimbabwe will better learn from the good organisation of Egypt, and kick start preparations. The governing soccer body Zifa ought to resolve the future of Norman Mapeza and Rahman Gumbo and decide who is the substantive coach of the team to enable the individual to give the association his training program ahead of the qualifiers.

Egypt's squad for the Chad, Uganda friendlies


Essam El-Hadary (Ittihad of Alexandria), Ahmed El-Shenawy (al-Masry)


Ahmed Hegazy, Moatasem Salem, Ahmed Said Okka (all Ismaili), Mahmud
Fathallah (Zamalek), Mohamed Naguib (Ahly), Ahmed Dwidar (Ittihad
El-Shorta), Ali Fathy (Arab Contractors), Mohamed Nasef (ENPPI)


Mahmaed Abdel-Shafi, Ibrahim Salah, Mahmoud 'Shikabala' Abdel-Razek
(all Zamalek), Hossam Ghaly, Ahmed Fathy, Hossam Ashour, Mohamed
Aboutrika, Walid Soliman (all Ahly), Salah Ashour (Ittihad El-Shorta),
Ahmed Khairy, Bassem Ali (both Ismaili), Mohamed El-Nenny, Mohamed Salah
(both Arab Contractors)


Amr Zaki (Zamalek), Ahmed Hassan Mekky (Haras El-Hodoud), Ashour El-Taqi (Wadi Degla), and Ahmed Abdel-Zaher (ENPPI).


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