Pyramids FC Grapples with Key Player Absences Ahead of Pharco Encounter

As Pyramids FC gears up for their upcoming Premier League showdown against Pharco, the team is confronting the challenge of multiple crucial players being sidelined due to injuries. The match is scheduled for 7 PM on Wednesday at the Air Defense Stadium, in the league’s 15th round. Dr. Mostafa El-Monayeri, the club’s chief physician, has provided an update on the team’s injury list, highlighting the impacted players and their current conditions: – Ramadan Sobhi is currently recovering from a fracture in the ninth rib on his left side, a result of a robust encounter during training sessions. He is actively participating in a rigorous rehabilitation program, with hopes of rejoining the team for their next game. – Ali Gabr is navigating through the recovery process from a groin muscle tear, with his rehabilitation now in its second phase as he eyes a prompt return to the pitch. – Ahmed Samy’s rehabilitation from a groin muscle tear sustained in Congo continues, with Samy undertaking solo training exercises on the field. – Mahmoud ‘Donga’ is battling a strain in his groin muscle and is engaged in an intensive rehabilitation regimen with the medical team. – Ahmed Mayhoub is dealing with a sports hernia, undergoing rehabilitation and strengthening exercises to prepare for his return. – Fagrie Lakay faces a calf strain and is following a rehabilitation program to make it back in time for the team’s forthcoming match against El Dakhleya.