“Emirates Today” learned that the Argentine player Federico Cartabia is threatening to be excluded from the list of Al-Ahly youth in the group stage of the AFC Champions League competition, due to his injury and the possibility of his absence from the six matches that the team will compete in next month in Saudi Arabia.
The technical staff is considering removing Cartabia from the Al-Ahly youth list, which was announced by the club last week, and included four foreign players, namely Brazilian Carlos Eduardo, Jalaluddin Masharibov, and the player registered in the resident category, Brazilian Igor Jesus, along with Cartabia.
The reason for the possibility of excluding the Argentine player is due to his repeated injury more than once during the current season, as Cartabia participated in only 13 matches out of a total of 22 matches played by Shabab Al-Ahly in the Arabian Gulf League, while he played five matches in the Arabian Gulf Cup.
Federico Cartabia is considered one of the most prominent foreign players in Al-Ahly youth, as he scored two goals in the league and contributed four goals through his decisive passes, while he scored four goals in the Arabian Gulf Cup, and in the event that the Argentine player is excluded, Odiljon Hamrobikov will be a candidate for his name being listed in the box. The fourth foreigner.
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