By Saddick Adams
Egypt assistant coach Zaki Abdul Fattah says the Pharaohs have been handed the toughest assignment after drawing Ghana in the 2014 FIFA World Cup play-off.
The Egyptian-American, who was recommended by Bradley, claims both teams should be at the world cup looking at their pedigrees.
Fattah told Kumasi-based Angel FM: “I think Ghana is a gallant team and everybody knows them in the world now.
“It will be the toughest match from how the two teams have played recently with Egypt having the great experience in Africa and Ghana have the great names in the continent now.
“We will play to win. We will play our best match in both home away and try to make people in Egypt experience the world cup many years after.
“It will be sad if we cannot play with our fans and at our stadium but we must request for it and see if it will be possible to play in Cairo for the second in November.”