Moawad reveals Al-Ahly’s formation to face Pyramids and sends a request to the Football Association

Sayed Moawad, the former Egyptian football star, confirmed that the Football Association is required to disclose the regulations and laws for the next season, for all local competitions, and that the regulations for competitions, discipline and grievance committees be available to everyone.

He said in statements on the Box to Box program: “There must be a workshop for all club officials in order to clarify all matters for everyone, and there is a clear conflict regarding sports issues due to the regulations.”

He added, “Egyptian football has declined, and the technical level is weak, and the quality of the players has clearly declined, and there is no player that we can say that he will become a star in the Egyptian national team. There are many negatives that will affect the national team.”

Regarding his expectations for the formation of Al-Ahly in front of Pyramids, he said: “Mohamed El-Shennawy will definitely guard the den of the red team, and he always appears strongly in the major matches, and Mohamed Abdel Moneim and Mahmoud Metwally in the defense line, Ali Maaloul and Mohamed Hani two backs, and Marawan Attia, Hamdi Fathy and Aliou Diang in the middle of the field, And Percy Tao, Hussein Al-Shahat and Kahraba.

And he continued, “Khaled Abdel-Fattah’s participation will not be a big surprise, because Pyramids will not pressure Al-Ahly, but Metwally will be useful to the team because he can get the ball out of the defensive areas well.”

And he continued: “Mustafa Fathi is one of the distinguished players, and if he was in his condition, he would certainly exhaust Al-Ahly’s defense, but the three in the middle of the red team will help Ali Maaloul a lot in the match.”

And he continued: “Ramadan Sobhi is one of the most important Pyramids players, but he appears compressed in the Al-Ahly club confrontations, because he wants to do everything, which made Muhammad Hani greatly outperform him in many previous confrontations, and he was pressuring him strongly to prevent him from receiving the ball, because Ramadan possesses the skill and technical solutions.

And he concluded: “The Pyramids team has defensive errors, especially in dealing with cross balls, despite the fact that they have tall players.”

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