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Queiroz prevents the national team from vacation after the Liberia friendly because of the excluded

Carlos Queiroz, coach of the Egyptian national team, refused to allow his assistant staff to take a 24-hour vacation on October 1, specifically after the Liberia friendly on Thursday, September 30, and Queiroz decided to keep his assistant staff in the residence hotel and not leave the camp.


While the national team players will rest on October 1 after the Liberia friendly, and the players will return to gather on October 2 in preparation for facing Libya on the 8th and 11th of the same month in the World Cup qualifiers.


Queiroz and his assistant staff will hold a meeting at the residence hotel on October 1 to settle the final list of players and determine those excluded from the list, before resuming the camp the next day.


The technical staff of the first Egyptian national team, led by Carlos Queiroz, is looking for an artificial grass stadium in Alexandria to conduct some training on it before traveling to Libya to face it on October 11 in the World Cup qualifiers.


The match between Egypt and Libya will be held at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Bani Ghazi, which is a stadium made of artificial turf.


The technical staff of the national team, led by Carlos Queiroz, decided to exclude 9 players from the final list of Libya's matches in the World Cup qualifiers, specifically after the friendly match of the Pharaohs against Liberia next Thursday.


The list of Egypt’s national team for the Liberia friendly match includes 24 players: goalkeepers: Mohamed El-Shennawy (Al-Ahly), Mohamed Abu Gabal (Zamalek), Mohamed Bassam (Tala’a El-Jaish), Mohamed Sobhi (Farco), defenders: Ahmed Fattouh (Zamalek) Mohamed Hamdi (Pyramids). ) Mahmoud Hamdi - Al Wensh - (Zamalek) Ayman Ashraf (Al-Ahly) Ali Gabr (Pyramids) Baher Al-Mohammadi (Ismaili) Ahmed Tawfiq (Pyramids) Akram Tawfiq (Al-Ahly), Midfielders: Hamdi Fathi (Al-Ahly) Amr Al-Suliya (Al-Ahly) Tariq Hamed (Zamalek) Muhannad Lashin (Tala’a El-Gaish) Mohamed Magdy-Afsha (Al-Ahly) Abdullah Al-Saeed (Pyramids), attackers: Mohamed Sherif (Al-Ahly) Mostafa Fathi (Zamalek) Ramadan Sobhi (Pyramids) Ibrahim Adel (Pyramids) Ahmed Zizou (Zamalek) ) Ahmed Samir (Vanguards of the Army), other than 9 professional players are Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, England), Ahmed Hegazy (Saudi Federation), Ahmed Hassan - Coca - (Turkish Konyaspor), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal of England), Mustafa Mohamed (Galata Saray). Al-Turki), Sami Morsi (Ipswich, England), Omar Marmoush (Stuttgart, Germany), Ahmed Yasser Rayan (Altay Sport, Turkey), Karim Hafez (Yeni). Turkish Maltia).