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The “Wristwatch” appears in Al-Ahly’s training in Farman Kohler.. Photos

The “Wristwatch” appears in Al-Ahly’s training in Farman Kohler.. Photos

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The Swiss coach, Marcel Koller, Al-Ahly club coach, asked his players to train daily with a wristwatch in order to measure the physical abilities and analyze the performance of each player, and this thinking comes from the Swiss coach in search of avoiding stressing his players and reducing their injuries.

The wristwatch is a system followed in European leagues and implemented by the largest international teams such as Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Kohler started his career with Al-Ahly club perfectly. He played 6 matches with the team so far, during which he achieved 6 victories, and conceded only one goal.

Kohler won his first championship with Al-Ahly in his fifth match, which brought him together with Zamalek in the Egyptian Super Cup at Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in the Emirates, in a meeting that Al-Ahly won by a clean double.

Al-Ahly overwhelmingly surpassed its competitor in the 32nd round of the African Champions League against the Tunisian Union of Monastir, and won back and forth with a total of (4-0), to find itself at the head of a group in the round of 16 towards its journey to the eleventh title in the history of its participation in the largest competition for African clubs.

In the Egyptian league, Al-Ahly played 3 matches, during which he achieved the full mark and scored 9 points, scored 6 goals and received one goal, to control very early on the lead, taking advantage of the failure of the defending champions, Zamalek, in a tie with Enppi in the third round, and its relegation to third place in the table.

And it will be the first official match for Al-Ahly after the end of the international break on November 27 against the Arab Contractors in the quarter-finals of the last edition of the Egypt Cup.


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