Rene Weiler - FILE
Swiss coach Rene Weiler has stopped Al-Ahly training session, on more than one occasion, to treat the defects that appeared in the performance of some players and the team as a whole during the training, which was conducted by the coaching staff on the sidelines of the team's training on Sunday.
Al-Ahly's coaching staff, led by Rene Weiler, called Hamza Alaa, the youth team goal keeper, born in 2001 to training session, with the first team on Sunday morning.
And Thomas Pinickel prepares the Al-Ahly loads scheme, a special physical program for players to get rid of the state of muscle strain after participating in the matches of Beni Suef in the cup, then the Sudanese, Al Hilal, in the Champions League.
The coaching staff, led by Weiler, seeks to equip all players through the hospital program of the main group that participated against Al Hilal.
Weiler and his players held a technical lecture before the start of the training, and witnessed some technical issues regarding facing Wadi Degla in the league, after the team returned to the training after a day of negative rest.
The injured trio, Ali Lutfi, Ali Maaloul, and Saleh Juma, underwent light physical training in the gym on the sidelines of the team's training.
The duo Lutfi and Maaloul were keen on running training around the field on the sidelines of the training session.
Maaloul suffers from a tension in the connective muscle and the same with Saleh Gomaa, while Lotfi suffers from a strain in the posterior muscle.
Al-Ahly is preparing to face Wadi Degla in the seventh round of the Egyptian Premier League on Wednesday.
Al-Ahly won 3-1 against Beni Suef in the 32nd round of the Egypt Cup, then 2-1 against Al-Hilal Al-Sudan in the second round of the group stage in the African Champions League.