Egypt head coach Javier Aguirre has named 13 remote based players in his first historically speaking Egyptian squad in front of the Pharaohs 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Niger on the eighth of September.

The Mexican assumed control over the reins following Hector Cuper’s rejection. The Argentine abandoned his position following a disillusioning 2018 FIFA World Cup for the North African’s who lost every one of the three of their recreations in Russia.

“Niger is a major team and they are all around arranged for the diversion, yet I am attempting to win keeping in mind the end goal to have a decent position in the qualifiers,'” Aguirre is cited as saying in a question and answer session heading into the conflict.

Aguirre has reviewed Ali Ghazal who as of now carries out his specialty with the Vancouver Whitecaps in the MLS.

Besides, Ahmed Hassan Koka, who joined Greek club Olympiakos a week ago, is additionally part of the rundown which incorporates England based Mohamed Salah, Ahmed Hegazy, Ahmed Al Mohammady, Mohamed Elneny, Sam Morsy and Ramadan Sobhy.

Outside based unexpected:

Goalkeeper: Mohamed Awad (Al Wehda, Saudi Arabia).

Defenders: Ahmed Hegazy (West Bromwich, England), Amr Tarek (Orlando City, USA), Ahmed Al Mohammady (Aston Villa, England).

Midfielders: Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal, England) , Sam Morsy (Wigan Athletic, England), Aly Ghazal (Vancouver Whitecaps, Canada), Ramadan Sobhy (Huddersfield Town, England), Trezeguet (Kasimpasa, Turkey), Amr Warda (Paok, Greece), Hussein Al Shahat (Al-Ain, UAE).

Forwards: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, England), Ahmed Hassan Koka (Olympiakos, Greece).

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