Ahly overcome all obstacles to reach Morocco Posted On Tuesday, 12th November 2013
Despite a year of great uncertainty and no domestic football, Egyptian giants Al Ahly once again proved themselves Africa’s best club to qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2013.
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