Al-Amami predicts the winner of the Benghazi derby between Al-Ahly and Al-Nasr

Abdullah Al-Amami, goalkeeper, expected Libya national team Previous, the identity of the winner of the anticipated Benghazi derby, which will bring together Al-Ahly and Al-Nasr in the summit of the second round matches of the crowning hexagonal stage to determine the champion Local Premier League Football in the current sports season 2023-24.

The Benghazi derby will be held between Al-Ahly and its neighbor Al-Nasr next Wednesday evening at the “Partenio Lombardi” stadium in Italy, and the match will start at exactly 6:00 pm, Tripoli time.

Al-Ammami: Benghazi derby beyond expectations

Former Libyan national team goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Amami said about the Al-Ahly Benghazi and Al-Nasr match in a special statement to the WinWin website: “The derby matches between Al-Ahly Benghazi and Al-Nasr cannot be predicted and are not subject to expectations, especially since the tension will be present to the utmost extent in the match, which is what will control the course of events.”

He continued: “The match will not be easy for both teams, especially for Al-Ahly Benghazi, which is missing its most important weapon in the midfield area, the Ghanaian professional Richard Boadu, who will not be available to the Tunisian coach Lassaad Dridi after receiving a red card in the last match against Al-Hilal.”

He added: “I believe that the key to winning the Benghazi derby between Al-Ahly and Al-Nasr will be in favour of the team that imposes its control over the midfield area during the course of the match that will be held in Italy.”

Al-Nasr started its journey in the crowning stage by achieving a difficult and arduous victory over Al-Suwaihli with a single goal that came in the last minute of the match, scored by its Ghanaian striker Jonathan Sowah, while Al-Ahly Benghazi tied with its neighbor Al-Hilal with a goal each.

Al-Amami: The Libyan national team is capable of qualifying for Morocco 2025

Former Libyan goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Amami believes that his country’s national team, Libya, is capable of qualifying for the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations, which will be hosted by Morocco from December 21, 2025 to January 18, 2026, saying: “I think that the Libyan team fell into a group that seems within reach to qualify for the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco, especially since it does not face any Arab team.”

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He continued: “The technical staff of the Libyan national team must study these teams carefully and know every little detail about them. I consider that the Nigerian team is the strongest in the group that includes strong, ambitious, and developed African teams such as Rwanda and Benin, and each of them has many professional players in Europe, so caution is required.”

Who is Abdullah Al-Amami?

Al-Ammami was born in 1969. He started his football career at Darns Club in the city of Derna in the early eighties and was able to move between Al-Akhdar, Al-Hilal, Al-Mukhtar, Al-Andalus, Al-Anwar and Al-Olympi clubs, with whom he was crowned and led to win the Libyan Football League Championship for the first time in the 2003-2004 season. He was chosen that season as the best goalkeeper in Libya.

At the international level, he began his career with the Libyan national team from 2003 to 2009 and played 14 international matches with the Knights of the Mediterranean.

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