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Salah catches Carthage Eagles, snatches late victory for Egypt

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Egypt achieved a thrilling victory over Tunisia 3-2 in the 2019 African Nations Cup qualifier.

The Pharaohs shined against Tunisia presenting amazing performance, especially in the second half, crowned by Salah’s last minute goal which gave Egypt an important three points sharing the group leadership alongside Tunisia with 12 points.

Egypt’s three goals were through the winger, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet, Baher el-Mohammady and Mohamed Salah. While Tunisia appeared in the game through Naim el-Seliti’s brace.

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Naim el-Seliti took the lead for Tunisia in the 13th minute before Trezeguet equalizes the score for Egypt in the 32nd minute. Baher el-Mohammady doubled the score in the 60th minute through a brilliant header.

El-Seliti scored Tunisia’s second goal in the 72nd minute before Salah’s last minute goal came in an amazing way.

The Pharaohs deserved to win after a strong performance and offensive game led by the Mexican coach, Javier Aguirre, and only individual mistakes gave Tunisia their two goals.

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The two teams met at Borg el-Arab stadium and their first match at Rades Stadium ended by a 1-0 victory for Tunisia through Taha Yassin Khneisi in June 2017.

The match was a good opportunity to push a number of new players who have joined the team during the current camp, or who have not had a chance in previous matches like the midfielder, Mohamed Mahmoud, and the striker, Taher Mohamed.

Aguirre continued his amazing run with the national team as he achieved four victories in four official games since he was appointed national team manager following Egypt’s world Cup early exit.

Egypt and Tunisia secured qualification for the tournament since the last round after Egypt achieved an away 2-0 victory over eSwatini, while Tunisia defeated Niger 2-1 in Niamey.

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Hossam EL Badry Is Now Officially Egypt’s National Football Team Manager

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Egyptian Football Association (EFA) finally announced yesterday that Al-Ahly’s former head coach Hossam El Badry will be the new manager for our National Team.

The decision finally concluded a long saga following weeks of debates regarding the new coach of Egypt, the decision may  come as a surprise to many who expected that Ihab Galal was the favorite to take on the job.

“During our meeting on 18 September, we decided to appoint Hossam El-Badry as head coach for the national team and to choose his staff to be presented to the board,” a statement from the EFA read.

 

In order to make such a hard decision of choosing the National team’s next coach, EFA appointed a committee of five members, after the EFA sacked Mexican manager, Javier Aguirre, following the team’s elimination from 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. 

El Badry’s first match in charge is most likely going to be Egypt’s opening Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier against Kenya on November 11th.

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EFA Considers the Appointment of Hassan Shehata as National Team Coach

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Former coach of Egypt’s team Hassan Shahata is about to be offered soon his position back as the national team coach by the Egyptian Football Association committee. 

As the former coach of Egypt’s team, Shehata was able to lead the team to a win in the African Nations Cup in 2006 -2008 – 2010, in addition to winning the African Youth Championship in 2003.

EFA officials are also considering appointing Ehab Galal, the current coach of Al-Masry, as Egypt’s general coach.

Football Federation officials recently announced that the final candidates are Ehab Galal, Hossam Al-Badri, Talat Yousef, Hassan Shehata and Tarek el Ashry.

What has been confirmed so far is that Essam Al-Hadari will be assigned coach of the team’s goalkeepers, however the position of coach still remains unannounced and the competition is fierce with the following names as candidates: Abdel Zaher El Sakka, Mohamed Shawky, EmadMeteb and Hosni Abd Rabbo. 

 

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Farida Osman Claims her Fourth Medal During the African Games

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World champion Farida Osman added a new medal to the Egyptian delegation during our participation in the African Games taking place now in Morocco.

Osman added the silver medal of the 50m freestyle after taking the 50 meter in only 25.6 seconds, outperforming South African Irene Gallagher. 

This medal is the fourth for Osman in this African Games as she has already acclaimed the gold medal of 100 meters butterfly, gold 50 meters butterfly and silver 100 meters freestyle.

Egyptian swimmer Ali Khalafallah has also won a gold medal.

 

 

 

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