Gamal Mohamed Ali, vice-president of the Five-members Committee, which manages Egyptian Football Association, stressed the Association's readiness to resume football activity in Egypt again if the government decided to do so.
Gamal Mohamed Ali said on ONTime Sports channel: "The committee met, Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, to reassure the preparations of the Football Association to return to football activity if the state decided to do so."
"If the government, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Sports decide to return football activity again, the Football Association will be fully prepared for that," he added.
He continued, "We studied the situation fully, the way the teams will train, and how to play matches if the direction of the country is the return of football."
"And we also developed a study of how to resume the tournaments in a specific timetable, and all that while taking certain requirements to keep everyone safe."
"There is little risk in football because it is held in open fields with large areas, and this is what the World Health Organization approved," he said.
He concluded his statements, "But if the direction of the state is not to return to sports activity and cancel the season, the Football Association will have another perception."