Montasser Al Nabarawy, the mastermind behind AFCON FAN ID system: photo via Facebook
After succeeding in organizing the African Cup of Nations in Egypt this year, Tazkarti will the system at the U-23 African Cup of Nations, to be hosted by Egypt from November 8 to 22.
Tickets for the tournament will be booked through Tazkarti company headed by Mr. Montasser Al Nabarawy.
We did expect a brilliant hosting of a prestigious biennial tournament as Egyptians are usually capable of showing off when met with big challenges. But we did not expect such an ingenuity beyond imagination during a record-breaking time, a success that matches Russian success in hosting the World Cup tournament in 2018.
If the success of the African tournament had owners then on the top of them would be the Chairman and Managing Director of Egyptian for Marketing service which owns Tazkarti Marketing services company, Montasser Al Nabarawy.
"We'll do our best to organize the ticketing system as best as we did in AFCON last summer," Al-Nabrawy said.
Al Nabarawy and his team accepted the challenge and vowed to organize a tournament not less than the Russian World Cup.
The U-23 African Cup of Nations in the current version includes the strongest teams of the continent divided into two groups, where our national team is located in Group A, and starts against Mali on November 8, then Ghana on 11 and Cameroon on 14 and Cairo Stadium will host the group matches, while El Salam Stadium will host Group B matches which includes Nigeria, Zambia, Cote d'Ivoire and South Africa.
Shawki Ghareeb chose 27 players to be present in the camp:
Goalkeepers: Omar Radwan, Omar Salah, Mohamed Sobhy, Mustafa Shober,
Defenders: Osama Galal, Mahmoud Mareay, Mahmoud Al-Gazzar, Ahmed Ramadan (Beckham), Mohamed Abdelsalam, Mohamed Sadek, Ahmed Aboulfotouh. Ahmed Ayman and Karim Iraqi.
Midfielders: Akram Tawfiq, Ghanam Mohammed, Ammar Hamdi, Nasser Maher, Ahmed Hamdi
Attackers: Ramadan Sobhi, Taher Mohamed Taher, Imam Ashour, Abdul Rahman Magdi, Mostafa Mohamed, Salah Mohsen, Ahmed Yasser Rayan and Nasser Mansi.
While Al-Ahli player Mohamed Mahmoud excluded for injury to the cruciate ligament.