The round one fixtures for the Men’s World Squash Championship 2016 have been released. ...
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Elmohamady: International break comes at perfect time
Ahmed Elmohamady has expressed that the international break comes at a perfect time for the Tigers, as they need some time off before kick-starting a busy winter schedule.
Elmohamady, who made a permanent move to Hull City in 2013, believes that the break has come at a perfect time for the Tigers, as they remain unbeaten for 12 games in all competitions.
“It’s a nice time to have a break with five wins in a row and getting through in the cup,” Elmohamady said to the Hull Daily Mail.
“Hopefully everybody will have a good recovery whether they are going away or staying here and will be at a higher level of confidence. We’ll hopefully be in great condition for when we get back from the break.”
He then added, “Five wins in a row is a big, big thing. I think it’s the first time since I’ve been here that we’ve had a run like this with the clean sheets as well so hopefully we can continue like this.”
The Tigers, top of the Championship with 34 points, will kick-off a congested winter schedule with an away game at Bristol City – who are only two points away from the relegation zone – on November 21st.