One of Pitso Mosimane's key Al Ahly players is back in training after he was suspended and fined heavily by the club for disrespecting the manager.
Left-winger Mahmoud Kahraba was suspended for 30 days by the Egyptian giants and fined EGP 200 000 (R192 000) in the beginning of March.
The player was alleged to have snubbed a handshake from Mosimane and spoken in an inappropriate way with the South African.
"Jingles" later insisted that "no player is bigger than club", and Kahraba was heavily punished despite apologising to the coach.
However, his ban has seemingly ended, with Kingfut confirming that the 26-year-old has returned to training.
The news come ahead of the Club of the Century's important CAF Champions League clash against Sudanese side Al Merreikh on Saturday, when Mosimane and his men could secure a spot in the knockout stages of the competition.
So far, Al Ahly have collected seven points from three games and sit in second place in Group A, three points behind Tanzanian giants Simba.
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