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Young Pharaoh Aly Adeeb signs for Vancouver club
18-year-old Pharaoh Aly Adeeb signs for Canadian side Mid-Isle Highlanders FC in Vancouver.
Aly Adeeb, who previously played for Lierse SK and sister club Wadi Degla, signed for Mid-Isle Highlanders after he was recommended by his university coach Bill Merriman, who is also the technical director of the Vancouver-based side.
Adeeb will be playing for the U21s in his team, he is only waiting for his international card to arrive in order to start his new challenge in the Pacific Coast Premier League.
The young centre-back, who has represented Egypt’s U-20 national team, is hoping to lead his team to the provincials in order to be spotted by sister club Victoria Highlanders, who play in the United Soccer Leagues.
Adeeb aims to do his best this season and is anxiously waiting for January to come, as he expects a call-up from the Egyptian U-19 national team.
“After my injury I thought that this was the end of my football career, but thankfully VIU and The Highlanders gave me the opportunity to get back to the beautiful game. This was a life changing experience for me, it helped me grow a lot and I’m looking forward to win trophies with VIU and Highlanders and joining the [Egypt] U-19 National Team.. I dream of making my country proud,” Aly Adeeb told Kingfut.com.
Read Aly Adeeb’s Young Pharaoh Profile and watch highlights of him here.