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Esperance regains the international trio before Al-Ahly’s clash in the African Champions League

Tunisian Esperance Club announced the return of the international trio, goalkeeper Moez Ben Sherifia, Mohamed Ali Ben Ramadan and Abdel Qader Badran, to participate with the team in the camp, Tabarka, in preparation for facing Al-Ahly next Saturday, at the “Rades” stadium, in the Tunisian capital, in the first leg of the semi-finals of the League competition. African Champions.

And the official account of the Esperance team published a tweet, stating that the Esperance club had entered a training camp in the city of “Tabarka” in preparation for facing Esperance.

This coincides with the decision of Munther Al-Kabir, coach of the Tunisian national team, to exempt goalkeeper Moez Ben Sharifia and Mohamed Ali Ben Ramadan from participating in the friendly match between Tunisia and Mali, with the exception of Farouk Ben Mustapha, who was retained by the coach of the Tunisian team.

Esperance Club also announced that its Algerian player, Abdelkader Badran, was exempted from the Liberia friendly, by a decision from Djamel Belmadi, the coach of the Algerian national team.

Al-Ahly club received assurances from the Confederation of African Football “CAF” that the Esperance match would be held next Saturday evening, June 19, at six o’clock in the evening, Cairo time, instead of nine in the evening.

Al-Ahly received an official letter from CAF, confirming the date of the upcoming match in the African Champions League.

Thus, the Al-Ahly and Esperance match will be held at 6 pm next Saturday, Cairo time, instead of 9 pm on the same day.

Al-Ahly will leave for Tunisia tomorrow afternoon on a private plane to play the important match against Esperance, while the return match will be held on June 26 in Cairo.