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Who is Ahmed Samir - His career in football and sports Ahmed Samir

Who is Ahmed Samir - His career in football and sports Ahmed Samir

 An Egyptian football player nicknamed Arjen Robben, with his high defensive skill, managed to take a place in the ranks of the various Egyptian clubs, and participate in a large number of matches.

Biography of Ahmed Samir

Ahmed Samir is a left wing player in the Egyptian Army Club, nicknamed Arjen Robben. One of the leading scorers in the Egyptian League.

During the past nineteen years, he moved between many different clubs, and was able to take advantage of his position in the defense lines to protect his team and progress towards achieving victory. 

The luster of his name has not faded since its beginnings with the junior team until now in the ranks of the army team.

Ahmed Samir Mohamed Ahmed was born in Cairo, Egypt, on the 25th of August 1994. He began learning football at a young age there.

Ahmed Samir's personal life

There is no clear information available about his personal life. However, he has not yet married and has not made any statement regarding this matter.

Facts about Ahmed Samir

He was the first to call the Zamalek player Youssef Ibrahim the title of Obama.
He won the title of junior coach within just two years of his inception in 

the world of coaching.
He only participated in the continental championship in three matches in the 2014/2015 season with Zamalek. 

The rest of his participation was limited to league and cup matches.
He carried the number 27 with three clubs: Zamalek, Al-Masry and Wadi Degla.

Achievements of Ahmed Samir

Ahmed Samir started his career as a coach in Al-Ahly Club for the 2006-2007 season in the junior sector, and took over the leadership of the 2002 team and the position of coach in the 2010-2011 season.

Thus, he worked on training juniors born in 2002, during which he achieved a great victory. He was a good coach, and the team achieved its first championship at his hand. Then he started coaching the junior team, born in 2003.

Ahmed Samir moved to the Jeddah Union, where he and the 17-year-old team managed to reach the Aramco International Championship and the Federation Cup. 

Al-Nasr team came first, followed by the junior team, and then Al-Hilal team came in third place.

However, his stay in Saudi Arabia did not last long, but rather he returned to Egypt, to help the Al-Ahly junior team, born in 2003, which was suffering from several losses and weaknesses in the team.

 Then he continued for several years to train junior teams, and his teams won all the championships.

He joined Al-Dakhiliya team on 1-7-2012, and stayed there until 2014. During the 2012/2013 season, he participated in 12 matches. 

In the 2013/2014 season, he participated in 16 matches, during which he scored two goals.

He moved to Zamalek club on 20-7-2014, participated in 26 matches with him. He also participated with the Ismaili club

 in 24 matches in the 2015/2016 season. The Egyptian club participated in the 2016/2017 season over 6 matches.

In the eighth month of 2017, he moved to Wadi Degla, and participated with the team in three matches. He moved to

 the Al Ittihad team and took his place in defense with the number 27 shirt the following year and participated in one match.

He reached the army team in 2018, carrying the number 19 on the defense line, and the team participated for three consecutive seasons with a large number of matches, amounting to 82 matches. 

Including his participation in the Egypt Cup and the Egyptian League, where he scored three goals during

 the league and won three yellow cards as well, to top the league's top scorer list, followed by Omar Kamal and Youssef Ibrahim.

As for the rest of the clubs, he played in 14 league matches, during which he scored 14 goals and assisted 13 others. 

As for his match in the Egyptian Super, it was one that was not repeated in 2014, while his participation in the Egypt Cup amounted to ten matches, during which he scored three goals.

With this, the total of all the matches he participated in was 170 matches from the 2012 season until 2021. 

During this period, he received 18 yellow cards, scored 25 goals and 12 assists. For a total of 65 wins, 53 losses and 52 draws, these matches will be played.

He also participated in three matches in the African World Cup, all of which ended in victory for his team.