Egyptian Delegation In Ghana To Inspect Facilities Ahead Of World Cup Playoff
Posted On Wednesday, 2nd October 2013
Egypt team doctor Captain Samir Adly will be leading an advanced delegation to Ghana on Wednesday ahead of the crunch World Cup playoff.
The delegation will be inspecting facilities the Pharaohs intend to use during their stay in Ghana for the first leg match in Kumasi, according t0o Kumasi-based Metro FM.
Adly and his team will arrive on Wednesday morning alongside Egyptian Consular Wael Elsis to do the inspection.
The team will inspect hotel and training facilities they plan to use ahead of the October 15 clash at the Baba Yara Stadium.
The delegation will be inspecting facilities at the Royal Lamerta Hotel, Noda Hotel, Anita and True Vine Hotels in Kumasi.
They will also inspect the Paa Joe and OWASS Park.
It is based on the findings of the inspection team that Egypt will settle on the hotel, and training fields they will be using ahead of the crunch game against the Black Stars.
Egypt are determined to secure their first World Cup qualification – a second in their history – since 1990.
The nation is thus leaving nothing to chance in their bid to get a favourable result in Ghana before finishing off the tie against Ghana to qualify for next year’s event in Brazil.