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Al-Ahly: Confronting Mars without fans ... and traveling by private plane to Sudan to prevent stress

Khaled Al-Darandaly, treasurer of Al-Ahly Club, confirmed that Al-Ahly traveled to Sudan in preparation for facing Mars in the match scheduled for next Saturday in the fifth round of the group stage of the African Champions League, via a special plane to protect the mission from stress, mixing, and save time.

Regarding the crowd’s attendance to the match, Dirndaly said, in statements to On Time Sports: “So far, the match has no fans and any change will be by agreement.

The treasurer of Al-Ahly revealed that Al-Ahly's mission will return immediately after the match, and everyone in Sudan's Mars cooperates with us, after what we presented to them during their presence in Cairo.

The delegation of the Al-Ahly football team will leave for Sudan on Wednesday afternoon on board a special plane to face the Al-Merrikh team in the African Championship. Al-Ahly goes into its daily training at the touch stadium at ten in the morning, then the team will train on Wednesday before moving to Cairo Airport to travel to Sudan.

The Al-Ahly mission is headed by Khaled Al-Darandali, the club's treasurer, and the mission will fly on Wednesday afternoon to play the match scheduled for next Saturday in the fifth round of the first group of the group stage of the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly needs to win and collect the three points in order to continue to compete for the top of the group, which is led by Simba of Tanzania with 10 points, while Al-Ahly is in second place with 7 points, and Vita Club is in third place with 4 points, and in fourth place is Al-Merrikh of Sudan with one point.