Osama Nabih: Ghana’s match is the most important in history of Egyptian football
Egypt’s assistant coach Osama Nabih believes that Egypt’s match against Ghana on the 13th of November is the most important in history of Egyptian football.
Egypt is set to face Ghana on the 13th of October at Borg El Arab Stadium in the second fixture of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers group stages.
Following the 2017 AFCON draw, where Egypt was drawn alongside Ghana and Uganda in Group D of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, Osama Nabih told DMC sports channel that Egypt’s match against Ghana in the World Cup qualifiers is the most important in history of Egyptian football.
“Our match against Ghana is the most important in history of Egyptian football, we want to win the game in order to move a step closer to the World Cup,” he said.
Nabih made it clear that the team is currently focusing on their World Cup qualifiers clash against the Black Stars.
“Facing Ghana in the AFCON again will benefit us, however, at the moment we fully concentrate on our World Cup qualifiers match,” he added.
“We want to send a message to Africa, to know that we are back to compete in the advanced rounds of all African tournaments, either through the National team or clubs like Zamalek in the CAF Champions League final,” he concluded.
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