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The Arab Cup causes a problem within CAF because of the African championships

Press sources revealed that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) is studying a request from the Arab Football Associations.

The request is the possibility of postponing the second leg of the CAF 32nd "extra" round.

This is due to its conflict with the Arab Cup tournament in Qatar, which is scheduled to be held from the first of December to the 18th of the same month.

As the dates of the second leg of the 32nd round of the Confederation Cup will be on December 5, which contradicts the matches of the Arab Championship.

A source from CAF confirmed that the request of the Arab federations to postpone the matches is already being studied, but the problem is in deciding the date of the group draws for the African Champions League and the Confederation of African Football.

The Egyptian club Al-Masry and Pyramids are participating in the tournament, and the latter has many players in the initial list of the team that will compete in the Arab Cup.

Egypt plays in the fourth group of the tournament, next to the teams of Algeria, Lebanon and Sudan.

Hussain Labib is waiting for a session with the players.. This is the most prominent talk that will be in it:

Our sources learned that Captain Hussein Labib, head of the committee in charge of managing the club, will hold a session with the club's first football team players.

This session will come after the team returns to training tomorrow, Thursday, after the negative rest that the players obtained, during the pause period.

Hussein Labib will hold a session with the players, to talk about the upcoming period, and the importance of forgetting the past, specifically the last summit match.

He will ask them to open a new page with themselves first, and with the future in general, and he will indicate that the league's journey is still long.

Carteron arrives in Egypt today, and the team resumes its training normally, in preparation for the next Ismaily match.

This match, scheduled for Friday, November 19, is part of the fourth week of the General League competition.