Shawky Gharib, coach of the Olympic team, said they had timed the match between Brazil and South Korea as part of the team’s preparations for the Tokyo Olympics, and he declined to discuss Hussam Al-Badri’s opinion on Mustafa Muhammad.
Shawky Gharib said in a statement to the satellite channel “On Time Sports”: “Brazil will be at the Cairo Stadium at 9pm on November 17th, and South Korea will be at the Al Salam Stadium on November 12.”
And he continued: “Any player among the five elements who will not travel with Egypt’s first team to Togo for the second match will join us to play against Brazil.”
He added: “The Brazilian national team will come to Egypt with a very well-known group that will play in the best clubs in Europe, and our aim is always to play strong matches to give the players confidence and experience.”
He spoke of the importance of finishing the season, saying: “The league has produced some amazing players for us after coming back to Corona times, and I don’t know if he doesn’t play in the league what we will do. the time is now when we prepare the team. ”
Shawky Gharib declined to express his opinion on Hossam Al-Badri’s remarks about Mustafa Mohamed, the Zamalek striker, after previously saying that the player needed more work.
He concluded, “I did not discuss with Hossam El-Badry his views on any player, but my relationship with the players of my team is very good and strong, and the communication with them has not been interrupted, because in the end I present this player with the best possible way for football. Egypt, and every player has high hopes at the Olympics. “
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