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Is Musimani thinking about returning Beckham to form Al-Ahly against Esperance?

Al-Ahly’s technical staff, led by Pitso Musimani, rejected the idea of ​​pushing Ahmed Ramadan Beckham in the right-back position in the Esperance match tomorrow, after he recovered and entered the team’s squad. Ahmed Ramadan Beckham was left out of the squad for the first leg match against Esperance last Saturday in Rades, which Al-Ahly won with a clean goal due to injury.

Although Beckham recovered and participated in the team's last training and entered the list for tomorrow's match, the technical staff refused to push him in the second leg against the Tunisian champion.

Al-Ahly will meet with Esperance at nine in the evening, tomorrow, Saturday, at Al-Salam Stadium in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.

Musimani intends to continue to push Akram Tawfiq as a key player in the right front of the team tomorrow's match, especially since Tawfik appeared in a great way in the first leg and was one of the team's stars.

On the other hand, Pitso Musimani speaks in the eighth press conference today, Friday, about the team’s match against Esperance. Musimani and one of the team’s players will attend the press conference held at Al-Ahly and Al-Salam Stadium to talk to the media about the match of the Tunisian champion and his vision for the match and all the details related to the technical aspects of the meeting.

The first leg witnessed riots from the fans of the Blood and Gold team, which prompted the security to use tear gas to deal with the rioting of the fans, which caused a delay in the start of the match for more than an hour.

Musimani held a session with his players on the sidelines of the team’s recent training, which witnessed reproach from the technical director to the players due to poor passing in the last minutes of the Tunisian Esperance match, which the Red Genie won with a goal without a response, scored by Mohamed Sherif in Rades, in the semi-finals of the African Champions League.