Jensh is waiting to determine his fate with Future after he was excluded from confronting Kallon

Mahmoud Abdel Rahim Jensh, goalkeeper of the Future team, is waiting to determine his fate with the team, after he was excluded from facing Calon FC, the champion of Sierra Leone, in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Confederation Cup, in implementation of the suspension penalty imposed by the club’s administration on him.

The technical staff of the Future team, led by Ali Maher, decided that Mahmoud Hamdi would continue to guard the team’s goal, during the upcoming meeting against the Sierra Leonean Calon in the Confederation, in the absence of Mahmoud Abdel Rahim Jensh, the team’s main goalkeeper, due to the suspension penalty he was subjected to from the Future Board of Directors. After an argument with Ahmed Refaat, his teammate, after the end of the match between Future and Ugandan Paul in the first preliminary round of the Confederation.

The Board of Directors of the Future Club is considering providing a private plane for the team’s travel to Liberia, which is scheduled for this October 5, where Future is preparing to face the Sierra Leonean team Kallon, in the meeting scheduled for October 9 in the first leg of the second preliminary round of the African Confederation Cup.

Abdel Zaher El-Sakka, the sporting director of the Future Club, confirmed in statements to “The Seventh Day” that the club has 3 travel offers at the present time, preferring between them, especially since the journey is long, lasting 12 hours, interspersed with transit.

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