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Egypt to face Zambia ahead of crunch World Cup qualifier

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Posted on October 29, 2013

has tentatively accepted a request to face in a friendly match on November 14th to prepare for the World Cup qualifying reverse encounter against Ghana.

The test match against the Chipolopolo will be played four days after the Pharaohs open camp in Cairo.

The Egyptian FA (EFA) boss Gamal Allam has revealed that his outfit will not name a new substantive Pharaohs coach before the November 19th clash with the Black Stars, meaning Bob Bradley will stay in charge of the seven time African champions.

The EFA are considering the likes of Hassan Shehata, Hossam El-Badry and Shawky Gharib for the Pharaohs coaching job.

Bradley will name his squad on November 9th ahead of the crucial tie with coach Kwasi Appiah’s side.

Meanwhile, the Pharaohs goalkeeper’s trainer Zaki Abdel-Fattah has denied rumors that the Egypt FA is putting pressure on the coaching staff to recall 38-year-old midfielder Ahmed Hassan and veteran goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary, who is now 40-year-old, out of international retirement for the match against Ghana.

19 Comments

  1. KWAME NKRUMAH

    October 29, 2013 at 12:58 PM

    What ,a picture to show to CAF and FIFA to convience the world that EGYPT is save to a return match with the Black Stars..Zambians might have been out of their minds to play friendly with the PHARAOHS .This picture speaks for itself that, EGYPTIANS are going to use the CHIPOLOPOLOS as guinea pigs or excape goats to convience FIFA that CAIRO is safe ?
    Muahahahahahahaha!! Diplomatically interligent COUNTRY Ghana is not going to buy this.
    I wonder what Theiry Nyann was thinking to show this picture to the world that playing in CAIRO is safe..What were U thinking Theiry Nyann to at least ,you know that the PHAROAHS are in a great danger to convience FIFA with 30.000 spectators to cheer the PHARAOHS..Hahahahahahahaha

  2. GHANSON

    October 29, 2013 at 10:05 PM

    This picture speaks for itself..It shows how naturally aggressive north Africans are.You can clearly see the Zambian player trying to break away from a choke hold,while Gomaa further restrains him.hmm
    I just hope we get to play this interesting return leg in a festive but peaceful atmosphere and return to Ghana safely..
    I`m sure Pharaohs will whip Chipolopolo by a couple of goals..Which will boost their moral hahahah only to wake up to the NIGHTMARE of seeing BLACK STARS on nov.19

    • Mohammed elsaka

      October 30, 2013 at 4:43 PM

      @GHANSON why are you so hateful in your speech and arrogant in your attitude….why are you so hateful to egyptians… my friends are mostly africans here in europe. I want to know whats you reason for hating egyptians ???

      • GHANSON

        November 12, 2013 at 1:04 PM

        you wanna know why buddy?? check out ghanasoccernet.com and you will see hateful comments by egyptians to Black Africans.Then come back and tell me why.

        • Mohammed elsaka

          November 14, 2013 at 10:38 AM

          @GHANSON so you are going to judge a whole nation because of some people in the internet ???

    • Mohammed elsaka

      October 30, 2013 at 4:49 PM

      ghanason you are such a racist person who presumes that north africans are all the same you said : ” It shows how naturally aggressive north Africans are.” so i am naturally born aggressive ??? what a sad a racist you are who can’t get over a football match.

      • GHANSON

        November 12, 2013 at 1:07 PM

        lol Mohammed,I am not racist trust me..I have friends of all kinds of ethnicity.

  3. QQS FORMULAR

    October 30, 2013 at 9:51 AM

    @Kwame Nkhrumah and Ghanson, please be mindful that you are not playing Zambia but Egypt, just continue mentioning Egypt, who will wallop you by 5 goals to nil to qualify.

  4. QQS FORMULAR

    October 30, 2013 at 9:52 AM

    Egypt 5 Ghana 0

    • QQS FORMULAR

      November 3, 2013 at 2:10 PM

      The Picture above, was it football or something like wrestling?
      Zambia almost embarrassed these guys at their own tuff.Polite request Thiery Nyann remove that photo,check your Video library you can do better than this.

  5. GHANSON

    October 30, 2013 at 10:15 AM

    Are you talking about the same Egypt that lost 6-1 @ Kumasi or Egypt from another planet??

  6. Thierry Nyann

    October 30, 2013 at 11:15 AM

    I am very sorry to all those who feel offended with the picture. We (Kingfut.com) sincerely apologize. But please watch your language as its not proper on a platform as huge as this. Please enjoy the stories and take the positives out of them. Thank you.

    • KWAME NKRUMAH

      October 30, 2013 at 5:34 PM

      I might be unprofessioanal to advocate these words Mr. Theirry Nyann,, U are still stupid to advert that picture with all yur appoligies..

    • KWAME NKRUMAH

      November 1, 2013 at 4:11 AM

      @-Mr Nyann, I dont think U are sorry cos SERIOUSLY, if that picture baffles yur mind knowing that there is an apology, that picture must have been off the screen, wiped off on October 30th at the time of 11.15 am, the day and the time that u thought to have said SORRY to those ppl whom might have been inconvieniently saw that disgusted picture..U arent SORRY..U even feel PROUD as a SAHARAN Egyptian robbing shoulders to the Middle East being proud than sub SAHARAN African Countries..U have to be ashamed of yurself for thinking that U are more better than the CHIPOLOPOLOS of Zambia a sub saharan Country like Ghana..U are pathetic..I am not sorry to voice out this message to yu.

  7. habib

    October 30, 2013 at 12:22 PM

    the pic here is sending a bad message about egypt and though i am zambian, i do condone with the intent being passed to the general public. egypt has played many nations before and we havent heard of any overwhelming instances regarding a crucial match such as the world cup qualifiers and as such i do not expect ghana to use all possible ways just for the match to be shifted to a neutral ground. in fact there wud be no fairness assuming fifa agreed with ghana’s plea. we are all african and as such lefts not fuel or trigger violence where there is peace. peace to all soccer lovers.

  8. GhanaPeace

    October 30, 2013 at 8:49 PM

    These Osama bin Laden people will bomb my black stars, I am very scared of these people there bombs. We should not place in this civil war torn country. The Good Egypt is long gone now. This Egypt that we used admire most is now a place where blood scatter everywhere in the street. What a shame and sad news.

  9. kantoose

    October 31, 2013 at 10:52 AM

    Egypt will prove to the world how peaceful they are come Nov 19. we treated the pharoahs like Kings in Kumasi.
    As a Ghanaian I know Ghana will win. But there will be no trouble. football is a game. Peace out.

  10. Kwesi Brew

    October 31, 2013 at 7:29 PM

    We the true Ghanaians hAve the utmost respect for Egyptians so dnt mind the childish comments sme Ghanaians n of course sme Egyptians make on this site. at the end of the day, football is jst a game

    • Issah Grusi

      November 3, 2013 at 3:45 PM

      Well said, Kwesi. The Egyptian people know that anyway and throughout history Ghana have played more friendly games with Egypt more than any other country. When the draw came out I said this is the Game Ghana did not want and most Egyptians would also say the same. This unfortunately is football and one of us will not make it to Brazil but if Egypt does make it Ghanaians will be cheering for them all the way and if Ghana make it the Egyptian people will be cheering for us all the way. Let the better team win!!

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