21st Century Club … Al-Ahly rankings after winning the African Champions League

Al-Ahly retained his first position in defense of the “Horn of Africa Club” title after winning the CAF Champions League at the expense of Zamalek for the ninth time in its history last Friday.

Al-Ahly added 5 points to his score in CAF’s cumulative rankings, which determine the champion of the 21st century, according to African Union criteria.

Al-Ahly can add a new point to its balance if it wins the Super Cup at the expense of Nahdet Berkane, adding two points for every victory the team achieves in the Club World Cup.

The club’s ranking based on points came as follows after Al-Ahly won the African Champions League.

1- Al-Ahly 76 points

2- The Congolese TP Mazembe 54 points

3- Tunisian Etoile Sahel 50 points

4- Tunisia Esperance, 49 points

5- Zamalek Al-Masry, 31 points

6- Moroccan Wydad 30 points

In another context, journalist Omar Rabi` Yassin said he had contacted Sereno, the South African Sun Downs team striker and star, to know the latest developments in his negotiations with the Al-Ahly club.

Omar Rabih Yassin confirmed in the “Number One” program on the Al-Nahar channel: “Sereno Agdali has come very close to Al-Ahly and Al-Ahly wants to join the player this summer.

He continued, “Al-Ahly is aggressively trying to take up Sereno, and if Al-Ahly does not resolve the Sereto negotiations within 48 hours, negotiations will be delayed until the next winter transfers.”

He explained, “Sereno and his agent declined to appear in the media out of respect for the Al-Ahly Club and the Sun Downs Club.”

He concluded: “Sereno will be a replacement for Geraldo and everyone knows it.”

Private sources revealed that there has been a breakthrough in Al-Ahly and Sun Downs’ negotiations in recent hours with the latter’s player, Augustine Sereno.

The sources said there is a breakthrough in the ability to join Sereno with Al-Ahly. It came out today after Sun Downs set some of the conditions he wanted, indicating that they were convinced to agree to the player’s departure.

The coaching staff of the Al-Ahly club’s first football team reaffirmed its strong commitment to Marwan Mohsen’s survival in the team.

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