Al Ahly coach makes promise after Egypt Cup final loss

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The Red Devils suffered a 2-1 loss to to White Knights, who secured their 28th trophy in the process.

With Percy Tau still out, fellow Al Ahly forward Mohamed Sherif suffered an injury in the first half.

The Al Ahly coach claims once the team get over their injury troubles, teams will fear the team again.

“Of course, we are very disappointed, but the most important thing is to look forward but injuries affect the team’s progress and we are trying to avoid them as much as we can," Soares said, as per KingFut.

“We are working on building an identity for the team, but the circumstances are difficult because of injuries and the congested fixtures as well.

“I just need time and I promise to make all teams fear Al Ahly once again,” he added.

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28. Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)
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