Sports News of Monday, 14 October 2013
Egypt head coach Bob Bradley has lashed out at Ghana's constant calls for a change in venue for the World Cup playoff in November.
The American says 99.9% of Egyptians are going about their normal duties without any interference.
The Ghana FA last week asked Fifa to push Egypt to host the second leg World Cup playoff on 19 November outside Egypt due to the country’s difficult security situation.
In response, Fifa gave Egypt until 28 October to provide "comprehensive security assurances" for the playoff second-leg, which is due to take place at the army-owned Air Defence Stadium in Cairo.
He said: "The footballers have had the challenge of pursuing their careers without the league. 99.9% of the people of Egypt are going about their normal duties without any hindrances and trying to take care of things and this I think every Ghanaian should respect. We came here to play a game and get results."
Egypt's domestic football has suffered following the Port Said massacre in early 2012 which saw the cancellation of two straight football leagues due to security troubles.