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The coaching staff of Tunisian side Esperance has decided to cancel the training session, which was supposed to take place on Monday at the stadium of its upcoming match tomorrow, Tuesday, against the Egyptian Zamalek in the African Champions League.

The decision on Esperance’s technical base came after a visit to the Burj Al Arab stadium, where the ground proved to be poor, which led coach Nabil Maalul to decide to hold the last training session that evening at the stadium at the team’s residence in Alexandria.

Esperance Sports’ latest training session was preceded by a press conference in the presence of coach Nabeel Maaloula and player Hossam Dakduk in the press conference room at the Burj Al Arab Stadium, noting that the stadium will host a match between Al Masri Al Port Saeed and Club Avangard in the evening tonight. as part of the 21st round of the local league, before receiving the match between Zamalek and Al-Taraji. Tomorrow for the fourth round of the Champions League group stage.

Zamalek sits last in Group D of the African Champions League with one point and is looking forward to the first victory of Ward El Din and Taraji who beat him in the first leg with two unanswered goals.

On the other hand, Esperance, led by their coach Nabeel Maalul, is looking to keep the full mark and take a fourth straight win to get closer to the official qualifier.

Source: agencies

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