FilGoal | News | Al-Ittihad of Monastir: Al-Ahly fans will enter the first leg for free.. We hope that our coach will avenge his defeat against them

Tariq Sayadi, the official spokesman for the Tunisian Federation of Monastir, revealed that his club allowed Al-Ahly fans to enter free of charge for their match in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.

Tariq Sayadi spoke to On Time Sports 1, saying: “There was a communication with the CEO of Al-Ahly and he told us that the team would come in a private plane on October 6. Good for Al-Ahly’s mission.”

And he added, “The entry of Al-Ahly fans to our match will be free, and we hope the same will happen with our fans in the return meeting in Cairo.”

And about the match, the official spokesman for the Monastir Union said: “Al-Ahly remains the ancient club with the championships, but playing two home and away matches gives us an opportunity to fight.”

He continued, “We want to make the best use of the first leg to achieve a positive result before the return leg, and the best is to qualify.”

He stressed, “Whatever the name of the Egyptian team, the Egyptian-Tunisian confrontations are witnessing great enthusiasm, we know that Al-Ahly is going through a transitional period, but we are now in a period between the two seasons and we will work to be at the required level.”

He added, “We got second place in the Tunisian league and qualified for the African Champions League and we used Darko Novich, who was coaching the Algerian ES Setif, and now he is making his mark, and the team is preparing itself well now through friendly matches, and we hope that we will be ready on the day of the match to meet Al-Ahly.”

When asked whether it was the coach of the team who led ES Setif against Al-Ahly last season, he replied, “Our coach was the coach of ES Setif against Al-Ahly in the African Champions League semi-finals last season, and I think he has a sporting revenge and we hope that he leads us to victory.”

When asked why the match will be held in the afternoon, he replied, “A technical malfunction in the lighting of the stadium is the reason, and the weather in Tunisia is not hot and has become moderate now, and as we say, the weather in Koura.”


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