While the Egyptian media reports did not address the events that occurred after the first leg match that brought together the Egyptian team, Zamalek, and the Tunisian sports club, unlike what the Tunisian media did, however, at the sports level, the Tunisian team began preparing for this fateful sports meeting for him.

Tunisian press reports revealed that the Al-Taraji club called on the Ministry of Interior to agree to the printing of 50 thousand tickets for the Zamalek match, scheduled to be played at the Olympic stadium in Rades, in the second leg of the African Champions League quarter-finals.

The move comes against the backdrop of the defeat suffered on Cairo, especially since the team desperately needs its fans, as it enters the meeting demanding to win two goals without at least a response to continue the journey to defend the title crowned in the last two copies after losing the first score 3-1 at the stadium Cairo.

The Tunisian radio station, IFM, said that the Esperance Administration is communicating with officials of the Ministry of Interior to agree to increase the number of fans by opening the "Al-Faraj" stands that have been closed since May 2019, for security reasons, and they are the ones preferred by the club's mass ties, such as the third oath to the Zamalek fans At Cairo Stadium.

The Al-Faraj amphitheater was closed to the Esperance fans as a result of the riots witnessed in the final leg of the final version of the African Champions League against Wydad in the unfinished match, after which the Tunisian team won the title after invoking the International Sports Arbitration Court.

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