Ismaily player tests negative for coronavirus



Sat, 28 Mar 2020 - 12:16 GMT


Sat, 28 Mar 2020 - 12:16 GMT

File- Mohamed Magdy

File- Mohamed Magdy

CAIRO – 28 March 2020: Ismaily defender, Mohamed Magdy, has tested negative for coronavirus and left Ismailia quarantine hospital.

"I was diagnosed with stong flu and I am now at home." Mgdy told filgoal on Saturday.

The player was admitted to the hospital after suffering from coronavirus symptoms.

Magdy is a youth product of Al Masry and he played 35 games for the club. His amazing performance caught the eye of Cairo giants, Zamalek.

Magdy spent two years inside the white castle but failed to book a starting position during his two years in Cairo and decided to return back to the Canal but this time for Ismailia to wear the famous yellow jersey of the local giants.

Magdy traveled with his team to Morocco to face their giants, Raja Casablanca, but the game was postponed amid the spread of coronavirus.

On 14 March, Egyptian Football Association, EFA, announced on Saturday that all football-related activities are suspended for two weeks as a result of the spread of coronavirus.

The suspension includes fixtures of all Egyptian league divisions and age groups.



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