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Aswan Governor visits the team camp in preparation for facing Zamalek


Major General Ashraf Attia, Governor of Aswan, was keen to visit the camp of the Aswan team, which is currently erected in preparation for facing Zamalek, and Attia met with Ihab Mansour, a member of the board of directors of Aswan Club and members of the technical staff at the team’s camp, and congratulated everyone for reaching the pre-final stage of the Egypt Cup and praised the spirit in which the team appeared.


Aswan Governor praised the efforts made by the technical staff led by Alaa Abdel Aal, which contributed to achieving this joy for the fans of Aswan, calling on everyone to continue to provide this distinguished and positive performance that befits the club's history.


For his part, Ehab Mansour conveyed the greetings of the president and members of the board of directors of Aswan Club to the governor, thanking him for the continuous support and support for the Aswan Club's march and reassuring him of all the team's camp arrangements during this stage.


Aswan's qualification to the semi-finals of the Egyptian Cup gave a new opportunity for the technical staff of the team led by Alaa Abdel Aal, to lead the people of the south in the coming period, after strong news circulated about the possibility of changing the technical staff of Asun after the decline in the results of the Nile crocodiles in the general league.

Mustafa Amin, a member of the board of directors of the Aswan club and the supervisor of the football team, confirmed that there is a state of technical stability and that the Aswan Board of Directors headed by Major General Ahmed Suleiman does not think about making amendments to the technical staff of the team at the present time.


Aswan occupies the 15th place in the general league table with 24 points, after the sons of the South played 24 matches, where Aswan won 6 matches, drew in the same and suffered defeat in 12 other matches, and Aswan players scored 19 goals and conceded 37 goals.

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