Moataz Al-Shamy talks about the new Al-Ahly deal

Sports critic Moataz El-Shamy commented on Al-Ahly's new deal, Bruno Savio, around which several rumors have been circulating since its announcement.

Between the possibility of his arrest and the expiration of his contract within three months from now, Moataz Al-Shami spoke about this matter.

And on his personal page on the social site Twitter, Moataz Al-Shamy wrote:

You can imagine that Savio could have been included for free next December, i.e. after only 3 months, but Al-Ahly hurried and paid 1.5 million dollars now..

This is in light of threats of a long ban for the player for assaulting a referee in the Bolivian League..(according to media outlets).

-Imagine if Zamalek was the one who signed the player!

Future's competitor in the 32nd round of the Confederation Cup... and the nature of Bobo's injury:

The Future team qualified a short time ago to the first round of 32 of the African Confederation Cup, after its victory over the Ugandan team Paul, by a total of two matches, home and away, with a clear goal.

Based on this victory, he qualified for the round of 32 to meet the Sierra Leonean team, back in Sierra Leone and back here in Cairo.

The first leg matches in this round, according to the CAF announcement, will be from 7 to 9 October, while the return matches will be from 14 to 16 October.

On the other hand, Future Club, club announced the nature of the injury of its player, Mohamed Reda "Bobo", who came out injured in the first half of the match.

Whereas, Abdel Zaher El-Sakka, the club’s sporting director, confirmed that Bobo’s injury is a bruise in the calf muscle and that it does not need a long period, and he will soon be in good health.

Summer Transfers. The Arab Contractors announces its first deals:

The Arab Contractors Club announced its first new deals for the new season to support its ranks during the current transfer period to prepare for the new season.

Where it was announced the contract with Ugandan Joseph Oshawa, player of the Congolese club TP Mazembe and the Ugandan national team player.

The deal was announced and the contracts were signed in the presence of Eng. Mohamed Adel Fathi, member of the board of directors and general supervisor of the football team.

The player is the captain of the Uganda national team and he played with the Uganda national team 70 caps, which made him the captain of the Ugandan national team.

The Arab Contractors Club started training in preparation for the new season under the technical leadership of Captain Shawky Gharib, who led the team at the end of last season.

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