Hossam El-Badry, coach of the Egyptian national football team, will hold a press conference this evening, before the night of its match against Gabon in the second round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
The team will perform its last training at eight in the evening, which is the same date as the match, Gabon time, nine in Egypt time, where the team will play its only training on the main stadium of the match.
The match between Egypt and Gabon is managed by the referee, Kari Jasama, assisted by Abdulaziz Bolul Jawa, Nafali Chargo, and fourth referee, Lamine Jamia, and Pedro Anduabeko from Guinea will monitor the match.
The Egyptian team defeated Angola with a clean goal, in the first round meeting, which was held at the Air Defense Stadium, scored by Mohamed Magdy “Afsha” from a penalty kick.
The Egyptian team occupies second place behind the leaders Libya after its victory over Gabon 2-1 in the meeting held in Libya.
The delegation of the Egyptian national football team, led by Hossam El-Badri, arrived on Friday evening in Gabon on a private plane to face its national team tomorrow, Sunday.
The trip of the Egyptian national team to Gabon took 6 hours.
Mohamed Salah, a player from Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, joined the Pharaohs’ mission after arriving in Gabon on Saturday morning.
The meeting between Egypt and Gabon will be held at nine o’clock tomorrow evening, Sunday, at the Stade de Franceville in the capital, Libreville.
The “Pharaohs” mission flew on a private plane, at the request of the national team’s technical staff, led by Hossam El-Badri, for fear of injury or stress to the players.
Today, Saturday, the technical meeting for the match between Egypt and Gabon, scheduled for tomorrow, Sunday, in the World Cup qualifiers, was held.
The meeting resulted in the Egyptian national team wearing the basic red, white and black uniform.