The chances of Mohamed Ashraf, the left back of Al-Ahly, to participate in his team’s match against Tala’a Al-Jaish next Friday have become difficult, in light of the player’s complaint of a pulled muscle in the back muscle that he suffered during his participation in his team’s last match against the Arab Contractors in the Egypt Cup.
Al-Ahly’s technical staff, led by Marcel Koller, will decide Mohamed Ashraf’s position on continuing to lead the left front of the red team during its match against Tala’a Al-Jaish next Friday in the fifth round of the Egyptian League competition, after the player complained of injury in the last Arab Contractors match in the Egypt Cup.
Mohamed Ashraf complained of a back muscle strain at the end of his team’s match against El Mokawloon, and he completed the match after the red team used up its six changes in the extra time of the match, and there was no possibility to make substitutions.
In the absence of Ali Maaloul, the main left back, who is with his country to participate in the World Cup currently being held in Qatar, and the injury of Ayman Ashraf, there is more than one player nominated to participate in the main and lead the left front, such as Karim Fouad and Raafat Khalil, in addition to Karim Al-Dabis and Mazen Abdullah Dhahiri, the left winger of the youth team in the Red Castle. Although Karim Fouad or Raafat Khalil were the closest to participating in the Al-Tale’a match.