Hussein El-Sayed to make first appearance for CS Sfaxien

Hussein El-Sayed to make first appearance for CS Sfaxien
Hussein El-Sayed to make first appearance for CS Sfaxien

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Al Ahly loanee Hussein El-Sayed has been included in CS Sfaxien’s 19-man squad set to face US Monastir in the Tunisian Professional League.

Hussein El-Sayed moved to CS Sfaxien (CSS) during the January transfer window on a six-months loan coming from Egyptian giants Al Ahly.

Since joining the Black and Whites the 28-year-old failed to make an official appearance due to unpaid fees from the club to the Tunisian Football Federation.

Now, as the issue has been resolved, El-Sayed will hope to make his debut when they host US Monastir on Sunday February 9th.

CSS currently sit third on the league table with 25 points, three behind their upcoming opponents who occupy the second spot.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Ayman Dahmen and Sabri Ben Hessen.

Defenders: Hani Amamou, Nassim Hnid, Houssem Dagdoug, Hamza Mathlouthi, Mohamed Ben Ali and Hussein El-Sayed.

Midfielders: Mohamed Ali Trabelsi, Chris Kouakou, Walid Karoui, Hamza Jelassi, Rachid Ait-Atmane, Islam Bakir and Hossam Ben Ali.

Forwards: Ayman Harzi, Achraf Habbassi, Kingsley Eduwo and Ousmane Camara.

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