The Board of Directors of Al-Ahly Club, headed by Mahmoud Al-Khatib, during its meeting held Monday evening at Al-Jazira headquarters, approved the formation of a mission that will travel to Qatar next Friday, onboard a private plane, to participate in the Club World Cup, which will be held from 4 to 4 Next February 11.
Al-Ahly’s mission in the FIFA Clubs World Cup is headed by Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib, the club’s president, who also heads the mission. The mission also includes Engineer Khaled Murtaji, a member of the board of directors, Al-Ahly’s coordinator at FIFA, and Brigadier Mohamed Morgan, the club’s executive director, the coordinator. The security at FIFA is on behalf of Al-Ahly, and Jamal Jaber, director of the club’s media department, and Dr. Mohamed Shawky, head of the medical committee, to follow up all medical procedures, and Amir Tawfiq, director of the Contracting and Marketing Department, and his deputy Ashraf Omar, and Hanan Al-Zaini, in-charge of regulations licensing at Al-Ahly, as well as the football team and the technical, administrative and medical staff.
The FIFA Club World Cup draw resulted in Al-Ahly confronting the Qatari team Al-Duhail in the second round on February 4, with the winning team qualifying to meet Bayern Munich in the semi-final on February 8th.
Al-Ahly is participating in the Club World Cup for the sixth time, representing the continent of Africa, after winning the CAF Champions League for the ninth time.
Al-Ahly won third place and won the bronze medal in the Club World Cup, and the team seeks to achieve the aspirations and aspirations of the fans in the tournament that will be held next February in Qatar.
The FIFA Club World Cup draw, which was held in Switzerland, resulted in Al-Ahly confronting the Qatari team Al-Duhail in the second round on February 4, with the winning team qualifying to meet Bayern Munich in the semi-final on February 8th.
In another context, Al-Ahly is preparing to play a strong match against its Pyramids counterpart, which will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, in the tenth round of the Egyptian Premier League competition, which will be held at the Air Defense Stadium.
South African pitso Musimani, the technical director of the team, announced the Al-Ahly list, which includes Muhammad Al-Shennawi, Ali Lotfi, Mustafa Schubert, Mohamed Hani, Ahmed Ramadan Beckham, Yasser Ibrahim, Ayman Ashraf, Badr Bannon, Saad Samir, Ali Maaloul, Amr Al-Soulia, Aliou Diang, Hamdi Fathy, Hussein Al-Shahat, Mohamed Magdi Afsha, and Taher Mohamed Taher, Mahmoud Kahraba, Salah Mohsen, Mohamed Sharif, Marwan Mohsen, and Walter Bwalia.
On the other hand, Al-Ahly’s management obtained the ISO certificate, making the Red Club the first sports club in the Arab world and the continent of Africa to obtain this certificate, which reflects the desire of those in charge of the club to place Al-Ahly in the position it deserves at all times.
Engineer Othman Mohamed Othman, President of the Near East Services Company, handed Al-Khatib, the club’s president, the ISO 9001: 2015 certificate in the presence of many members of the board of directors and the club’s CEO.
This came after passing the auditing process on the club’s management systems, which was carried out by a team of international auditors from the Near East Services Company (NES) represented by the European certification body EuroCert, which is one of the major awarding bodies for management system certification in Egypt and Europe, in accordance with the requirements of the International Standard for Quality Management Systems ISO 9001 of 2015.