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Sudan Team Plays Two Friendly Matches Against Libya in Preparation for the World Cup Qualifiers

The two matches will be held on November 10 and 12, in Benghazi, at the Benina Martyrs Stadium as part of the teams’ preparations for the African qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup.

The November 12th match was finally approved, and the Libyan national team’s technical staff is expected to decide whether or not to hold a match on November 10 after coach Kouassi asked for two trials.

The head of the first national teams committee, Osama Atta Al-Manan, said that the two matches in Libya are the best conclusion to prepare the team before the matches against Togo and Congo.

He described the two meetings as a good opportunity for the technical staff to determine the readiness of the Sudanese team and the level of professionals abroad who did not participate in the previous preparation period.

Atta Al-Mannan promised to resolve the match with the Libyan Federation as soon as requested by the technical staff.

Atta Al-Mannan praised his counterparts in the Libyan Federation for their great cooperation and their agreement to hold the two matches.

The training of the Sudanese national team continued with the participation of all the players present in the camp.

The preparations saw the return of the duo Bakhit Khamis and Ramadan Ajab, who were absent from the preparations due to injury.

Emad Al-Chinese, the average field of the Sudanese national team, said in statements to the media office of the Federation that the team’s preparation is proceeding excellently for the matches of Togo and Congo in the World Cup qualifiers.

The Chinese explained that they accepted the challenge to provide a level worthy of Sudan’s reputation.

He pointed out that coach Kwasi Ibiah put them in front of a great challenge and that they accepted it, stressing that the current group is able to raise the name of Sudan high in African forums.

The Chinese revealed that they are not afraid of top teams because football does not recognize names, stardom and fame, referring to the victories against Ghana and South Africa, which are at the height of their football glory.

Source: Al-Taghyeer