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Egypt will start the qualifiers facing Kenya and Comoros on 14 and 18 November, respectively.
Meanwhile, President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Ahmad Ahmad arrived to Cairo on Tuesday evening to follow up on the last preparations for the tournament that will kick off on Friday.
The U-23 AFCON includes eight teams divided into two groups, where Egypt is placed in Group A. Egypt will play Mali on 8 November in the opening game, then Ghana on 11 November, and Cameroon on 14 November. Cairo Stadium will host the first group matches.
The U-23 AFCON tickets can be booked through the company’s application headed by Montaser Al-Nabarawi. The company allocated an operation room to follow the process of selling the tickets led by the duo Ahmed Refaey and Ahmed Obada.
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The Desert Warriors crowned their first AFCON title in 1990.
In 2010, Belmadi was appointed as the head coach of Qatar Stars League’s Lekhwiya. In his first season with the club, he led them to the 2010/11 Qatar Stars League title, for the first time in the club’s history.
Aguirre was sacked immediately after Egypt’s exit although he topped the list of highest-paid coaches in Africa, with a salary of €180,000 per month. Despite winning all the three games of the group stage, the Egyptian team presented a very poor performance throughout the tournament.
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Egypt has achieved great success in organising the AFCON and dazzled the world by organising the opening ceremony
Taha Ismail, the former national team coach, told Daily News Egypt that the selection of Javier Aguirre to train the Pharaohs was a mistake from the very beginning because he has never coached a national team and has no experience of playing in Africa.
It comes in line with Egypt’s hosting of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), as thousands of African natives are visiting Egypt currently to support their football teams.
There are several similar cases in which the people judge females for the way they dress or live, however, when it comes to their exposure to sexual harassment, the people apply double standards.
“When we targeted organising the championship, we worked a lot with the help of the state. We were seeking perfection,” Fadl said at a Cairo press conference.
Warda defended himself on Twitter, saying “the [sexual] clip was fabricated.”
A member of the Chamber of Tourism, Waheed Assem, told Daily News Egypt that the rate of hotel occupancy is going well, as the percentage of occupancy in all the governorates hosting the matches significantly increased
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The world’s sight is directed toward Egypt as the 32nd Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) got underway. The government launched promotions of the country’s tourist destinations. South Africa’s national football team, which participates now in AFCON 2019, visited the Giza Plateau on Friday. They were welcomed by Ashraf Mohy El-Din, the director general of Giza …
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“Everyone knows who will win the championship,” Eto’o said. “The Egyptian team is strong and capable of delivering a good tournament. Egypt has the home advantage and is led by star Mohamed Salah,” he added.
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