It arrived National team mission The first is for Cairo a little while ago, coming with Liberia after facing Sierra Leone last evening in the second round of the tournament Africa qualifiers Qualification for the 2026 World Cup, which is the second match in the Pharaohs’ World Cup qualifiers campaign, and the team won it with two unanswered goals.
And it started National team His journey was a sweeping victory over Djibouti with a clean six-point score in the match that brought them together last Thursday evening in Cairo, and then he played the match with Sierra Leone in Liberia due to the stadiums in Sierra Leone being unsuitable to host the matches. Egypt group In the World Cup qualifiers: from Guinea, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Sierra Leone and Ethiopia..
Ayman Abdel Aziz
Mohammed Al Shinnawy
Mohamed Abdel Moneim
Mission included National team There are 22 players in Liberia: Mohamed El-Shenawy, Mohamed Sobhi, Ahmed El-Shenawy, Mohamed Hani, Omar Kamal, Ali Gabr, Mohamed Abdel Moneim, Ahmed Sami, Ramy Rabia, Mohamed Hamdy, Ahmed Fattouh, Marawan Attia, Mohamed Elneny, Ahmed Sayed Zizo, Mahmoud Hamada, Hamdy Fathi, Mohamed Salah, Mostafa Fathi, Mostafa Mohamed, Mohamed Sharif, and Mahmoud. Hassan Trezeguet and Omar Marmoush, after Hussein El-Shahat, Tariq Hamed, and Emam Ashour were excluded from traveling with the national team for not adhering to the training exercises performed by the substitutes following the Djibouti match at Cairo Stadium.
The delegation of the first Egyptian national team on the Liberia trip to face Sierra Leone was headed by Khaled Al-Dirandali, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Football Association, and Hazem Emam, a member of the Football Association and supervisor of the team..
It is worth noting that the sports channels sector of the United Media Services Company succeeded in obtaining the television broadcast rights for all matches of the Egyptian national team in the African qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup, in cooperation with Ora Developers Egypt, the National Bank of Egypt and Etisalat. The agreement also included the rights to display summaries of all matches. African teams in the rest of the qualifying groups, and a number of commercial rights for the qualifying rounds.
The management of “On Time Sports” and the sports channels sector at United promised that it would provide a distinguished media service for the qualifying competitions, and integrated coverage for the viewer wherever they are, throughout the period of the qualifying rounds extending from now until 2026, whether through television broadcasting of the matches, analytical studios, or many programs that It will be produced specifically for the African qualifiers.
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