AFCON 2019 Qualifiers: Libya Coach Names 22-Man Squad Against Super Eagles

AFCON 2019 Qualifiers: Libya Coach Names 22-Man Squad Against Super Eagles

Libya National team head coach, Adel Amrouche has named his 22-man squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying double-header against Nigeria.

Top on the list of the squad released by the Libyan head coach is Crotone of Italy star, Ahmad Benali, who once represented England at the U-17 level.

The other top names on the list include Ali Al Musrati who plays for Portuguese club, Vitoria Guimarães, Ismael Tajouri-Shradi of New York City FC and Desportivo Alves player, Hamdou Elhouni.

Libya face Nigeria in a matchday-three encounter at the Akwa Ibom International Stadium, Uyo on October 13.

The Mediterranean Knights will host the three-time African champions three days later in the return fixture in Sfax, Tunisia.

Libya are top position in Group E of the 2019 AFCON qualifier with four points from two matches. South Africa are second with the same number of points but have an inferior goal difference.

Nigeria sit in the third position with three points, while Seychelles who have lost their opening two matches are without a point.

Libya 22-Man Squad For The 2019 AFCON Qualifier:

  1. Mohamed Fathi Nachnouch (Al Ahly SC Tripoly)
  2. Ahmed Abdessalem Arraka ( Al Madina)
  3. Mourad Boubaker al Ouhichi (Al Hilal)
  4. Ahmed Kamel Terbi (Al-Ittihad)
  5. Sanad Massaoud Mohamed ( Raja)
  6. Tarek Nassr Jemal (Al-Ittihad)
  7. Ali Maatoug Omran (Ahly Tripoli )
  8. Mootassem Massaoud Sabou (Al-Ittihad)
  9. Mohamed Abdessalem Khalifa (Orlando City)
  10. Ahmed Mohamed Maksi (Al-Ittihad)
  11. Ali Al Musrati (Vitoria Guimarães)
  12. Badr Hassan Ahmad (Ahly Tripoli)
  13. Ahmad Fahim ben Ali (Crotone)
  14. Rabia Ramadan el Chadi (Al-Ittihad)
  15. Moaid Salem Ellafi
  16. Mohamed Saleh Solah- Mahrek (Bahrain)
  17. Hamdou Mohamed el Houni (Desportivo Aves)
  18. Ismael Tajouri-Shradi ( New York City)
  19. Mohamed Noureddine Zaabia (Al-Ittihad)
  20. Anis Mohamed Seltou (Ahly Tripoli)
  21. Salem Fathi Belaid (Al-Ittihad)
  22. Khaled Majdi Mrimi

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