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Egypt open UAE camp for Eagles thriller



Potent Egypt arrives in the UAE today to open camp and prepare for their now on again cracker against Nigeria.

Egyptian National team coach Bob Bradley named a 24-man squad for the camp that will hold from April the 10th to the 18th. In addition to Nigeria Egypt hopes to face two other teams namely Angola and Iraq.

Bradley has invited :

Abd Al Wahed Al Sayed, Esaam Al Hadary, Sherif Ekrami, Mahmoud Fathallah , Ahmed Saied "oka", Mohmmed Nagib , Ahmed Doedar, Mohammed Nasef, Mohammed Abd Al Shafi, Ahmed Khairy, Hossam Ashour, Hossam Ghaly, Ibrahem Salah, Basem Ali, Ashour Al Taqi, Mahmmed Nagy " Gedo", Ahmed Hassan, Mohammed Abou Trika , Wleed Soliman , Emad Moteab, Ahmed Hassan Meki, Ahmed Temsah, Amr Zaki, Ahmed Abd Al Zaher.

The American coach did not invite Zamalek ace Mohamoud Abd Al Razek " Shikabala".

" We invited Emad Meoteb after his recovery from injury and that will give us added depth. Amr Zaki too will be in the camp and thats added good news" the assistant coach Diaa Al Sayed told SuperSport.com.

Al Ahly and Zamalek players who played in the ACL this weekend have already joined the team.



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