Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Final List of Egypt National Team in 2023 Africa Cup of Nations | game

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Today, Saturday, Portuguese coach Rui Vitoria announced the final squad of the Egyptian national team that will participate in the African Cup of Nations football tournament in Ivory Coast.

The Africa Cup of Nations will be held in Ivory Coast from January 13 to February 11, 2024.

The Egyptian Football Association – via its Instagram account – announced the 27-man roster led by national team captain and England Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.

Portugal coach Yasser Ibrahim dropped Hussain Al-Shahad, Abdullah Al-Sayed and Ramadan Sofi from the Pharaohs' national team roster.

The Portuguese coach revealed that the team's final camp to prepare for the tournament will begin next Tuesday, during which they will play a friendly against Tanzania on January 7 in Cairo before traveling to Ivory Coast two days later.

“I have been working with the national team for a year and a half and we have become a well-known personality and a clear way of playing. Against all teams, big and small, we maintain our shape and possession. If we lose the ball, we try to recover it quickly. It is usually our method.”

On the possibility of Egypt reaching the finals and competing for the title, Vitoria said, “No coach can promise to reach the championship title before the start. But we have a competitive spirit and we face great teams and we fight every time. We have the ability to face any competitor in the competition.

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The Egyptian national team will begin their campaign against Mozambique on January 14 in Group Two, which includes Ghana and Cape Verde.

Egypt national team line-up

  • Goalkeeping: Mohammed El-Shenawi (Al-Ahly), Ahmed El-Shenawi (Pyramids), Mohammed Abu Jabal (National Bank), and Mohammed Sofi (Zamalek).

  • Security: Ahmed Heghazi (Saudi Al-Ittihad), Mohamed Abdel Monim (Al-Ahly), Ali Kabr (Pyramids), Osama Kalal, Ahmed Sami, Mohammed Hamdi (Pyramids), Mohammed Hani (Al-Ahly), Omar Kamal (Modern Future) , and Ahmad Fattuh (Zamalek).

  • In the middle: Hamdi Badi (Al-Waqra, Qatar), Imam Ashour (Al-Ahly), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal, England), Marwan Attia (Al-Ahly), Ahmed El-Sayed Zizo (Zamalek), Ahmed Nabil Khukka (Al-Ahly ) ), and Mahmud Hamada (al-Masri).

  • Attack: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, England), Mustafa Fathi (Pyramids), Mahmoud Hasan Tresket (Trabzonspor, Turkey), Omar Marmoush (Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany), Mostafa Mohamed (Nantes, France), Mahmoud Abdel Monim Kahraba (Al-Ahly), and Ahmed Hasan Kouga (Bendek) Turkish Sports.

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