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Trika and Al Ahly ready for Hiroshima



Al Ahly skipper Mohammed Abou Trika has revealed that the Devils will play FIFA Club World Cup for fun and history but aim to win it.

The Egyptians will start their run against the Japanese side Sanfrecce Hiroshima on Sunday.

”We are here to have fun especially and learn as the best clubs in world will play at this tournament” Trika told supersport.com.

”The team will play good football for history as well as for our fans. The players know how important the tournament is so we will play well as a team but have fun as well.” he added.

About Hiroshima he said “ I expected that they would win their match against Auckland , they are a good team , very fast and have great football skills . Our match with them will be very tough but we will do our best.”

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