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Joining of local players and 5 professionals to the Egyptian national team camp

Five professional players have joined the Egyptian national team camp, which started on Monday in preparation for the World Cup 2026 qualifying matches against Djibouti and Sierra Leone.

The Egyptian national team is preparing to face Djibouti on November 16, before facing Sierra Leone away from home on the 19th of the same month.

Earlier, Roy Vitoria, the coach of the Egyptian national team, announced the squad for the matches against Djibouti and Sierra Leone this month.

Today, 5 professionals arrived at the Egyptian national team camp, including Mohamed Elneny, Mahmoud Hassan “Trezeguet”, Tarek Hamed, Hamdi Fathi, and Mohamed Sherif, with the rest of the professionals expected to arrive gradually.

The local players who have joined the camp are:

– Mohamed El-Shenawy
– Mohamed Sabri
– Ahmed El-Shenawy
– Mohamed Hani
– Omar Kamal
– Ali Jabr
– Mohamed Abdel Moneim
– Ahmed Sami
– Ramy Rabia
– Mohamed Hamdi
– Ahmed Fatouh
– Marwan Attia
– Imam Ashour
– Ahmed Sayed “Zizo”
– Mahmoud Hamed
– Mostafa Fathi
– Hussein El-Shahat

The article has been rephrased as follows:

Five professional players have joined the Egyptian national team camp, which began on Monday to prepare for the World Cup 2026 qualifying matches against Djibouti and Sierra Leone.

The Egyptian national team is getting ready to face Djibouti on November 16, followed by an away game against Sierra Leone on the 19th of the same month.

Earlier, Roy Vitoria, the coach of the Egyptian national team, announced the squad for the upcoming matches.

Today, Mohamed Elneny, Mahmoud Hassan “Trezeguet”, Tarek Hamed, Hamdi Fathi, and Mohamed Sherif arrived at the Egyptian national team camp, with the rest of the professionals expected to join gradually.

Local players who have joined the camp include Mohamed El-Shenawy, Mohamed Sabri, Ahmed El-Shenawy, Mohamed Hani, Omar Kamal, Ali Jabr, Mohamed Abdel Moneim, Ahmed Sami, Ramy Rabia, Mohamed Hamdi, Ahmed Fatouh, Marwan Attia, Imam Ashour, Ahmed Sayed “Zizo”, Mahmoud Hamed, Mostafa Fathi, and Hussein El-Shahat.

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