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Malak Tesema is a referee for the match between Zamalek and Kenyan Tusker in the African Champions League

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced the refereeing team responsible for managing the match between Zamalek against Kenyan Tusker in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League, scheduled for October 16 in Kenya.

The match will be managed by an Ethiopian referee team consisting of: Pamelak Tesema as a referee for the arena, assisted by Samuel Temisingo Atango, first assistant, Fasika Biro Fasika, second assistant, and Lima Nguise as fourth referee.

It is scheduled that the Zamalek mission will travel to Kenya in three stages, and a delegation will travel on October 10, which includes Ahmed Ibrahim, director of players’ affairs, and Dr. Mohamed Osama, head of the medical apparatus, in addition to a special chef with the mission, provided that the rest of the mission personnel will travel on the 11th of this month. The third delegation is scheduled to travel on October 13, and includes international players in the Egyptian and Moroccan national teams, Ashraf Ben Sharqi, Tunisians Seif El-Din Al-Jaziri and Hamza Mathlouthi, after their return from the teams.

Meanwhile, Zamalek mission officials decided to take the team’s players’ rain boots during the Kenya trip, in preparation for facing the Kenyan Tusker team, in anticipation of any rain falling on the day of the match in Kenya.

The administrative apparatus of Zamalek, led by Montaser El Ramlawy, has completed preparing a comprehensive report on the Kenyan Tusker to present it to the French coach Patrice Carteron, the team’s technical director, on the Kenyan Tusker. Roaming in Kenya from ten in the evening until four in the morning.

The report of the Zamalek Carteron Authority also included a lot of technical information about the competitor and his position last season in the Kenyan League, through which he qualified for the African Champions League, in addition to details about the percentage of oxygen and the extent to which the players need to travel early in order to adapt to the atmosphere. Therefore, the team will travel in three stages, starting from October 10th.