Islam Issa, the star of the Pyramids club, returned to Cairo early this morning from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, after 3 days he spent there in a hospital to recover from the effects of the injury he suffered in the Azzam match of Tanzania.
For his part, Eng. Mamdouh Eid, CEO of Pyramids Club, thanked Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, Dr. Mohamed Omar Gad, Egypt’s ambassador to Ethiopia and its permanent representative to the African Union, Counselor Mohamed Tawfiq, the Egyptian Consul in Ethiopia, and Mohamed Gaber Abu Al-Wafa, Egypt’s ambassador to Tanzania, and the consular staff And the military at the embassy, for their huge efforts over the past few days in facilitating the procedures for Islam Issa to enter Ethiopia and undergo examinations until he recovers and returns to Cairo.
Islam Issa was injured in the Azzam match in Dar al-Salaam, in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Confederation Cup, and the injury was a broken nose and a cut wound.
During the team’s return trip from Tanzania, the player felt complications as a result of the injury, and the mission management decided to leave Issa with a medical escort in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, during the transit mission, and entered a hospital for treatment and put him under observation and underwent comprehensive medical examinations and CT scans, until the medical staff reassured the player’s ability to return. Again and board the plane up to Cairo.
The player returned to Cairo, accompanied by Dr. Mustafa Al-Muniri, head of the medical apparatus, and Portuguese Luis, a member of the medical apparatus in the Pyramids Club, after reassuring the player and continuous follow-up from the club’s management and engineer Mamdouh Eid, CEO of the club, provided that Issa will continue the medical follow-up in the coming days before returning again to participate in the tournament. Training normally with the team.