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Al-Ahly mourned Jawhar Nabil on the death of his father

Mahmoud Al-Khatib, president of the club, members of the board of directors, and the executive director, offered his sincere condolences to Jawhar Nabil, a member of Al-Ahly's board of directors, on the death of his father, who passed away today, calling on the Lord - glory and majesty - to embrace the deceased with the mercy of his mercy, enter him in his spaciousness, and inspire The generous family, patience and solace, and “We belong to God and to Him we shall return.

Gohar Nabil, a member of the Board of Directors of Al-Ahly Club, mourned his father, Nabil Johar, who bade farewell to our world on Saturday, and Jawhar Nabil wrote through his personal Facebook account, “We belong to God and to Him we shall return. We ask you to pray and recite Al-Fatiha.

On the other hand, Cairo International Airport left a short while ago, the Al-Ahly club mission on its way to the Congo on board a special plane to face the Congolese Vita Club next Tuesday in the fourth round of the group stage of the African Champions League, where the board of directors assigned the leadership of the mission to Ameri Farouk Vice president of the club.

The mission completed its travel procedures through Terminal 3 at the airport, where it left on board a private plane carrying the number MS3200 belonging to the national company, EgyptAir.


Betso Mosimane, coach of Al-Ahly team, preferred to travel early to Congo to get used to the atmosphere from the hot weather and play on an artificial turf stadium, as the board of directors of the Al-Ahly Club was keen to provide a special flight for the red team's mission on its trips in the jungles of Africa in order to save time and effort, and to protect the players from stress due to The length of the travel and transit trip during regular travel trips.


The Egyptian embassy in the Congo has completed the arrangements for the establishment and reception of the Al-Ahly mission since its arrival at the airport until the residence hotel, so that one of the Egyptian embassy officials will receive the Red Mission in the Congo, as well as the training ground and the means of transportation responsible for the mission's movements to the training ground and the match stadium.