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Hassan to face Ahli
Published in FilGoal on 14 - 09 - 2012

Ahmed Hassan has been named in Zamalek squad for Sunday's Champions League clash with Ahli, despite being at loggerheads with his club's board.
Hassan has been far from settled with Zamalek recently, having filed a complaint against the club to rescind his contract over unpaid wages.
He recently declared that his days with the Whites are numbered, even so he is now set to face his former club.
But Benin striker Razak Omotoyossi, who also tops Zamalek's want-out list, has been left out of the squad as he remains absent from training.
New signing Ahmed Magdi is ineligible to play against his old club while midfielder Nour Al-Sayed remains sidelined for the third match.


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