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Former Egypt striker Mohsen Abou-Greisha announces retirement
Former Ismaily and Egyptian national team striker, Mohamed Mohsen Abou-Greisha, has decided to end his professional football career.
Abou-Greisha played for Ismaily most of his career in addition to a short spell in China for Zhejiang Lucheng and Hangzhou Lucheng.
The striker, who made a handful of appearances for the Egypt national team from 2004-2009, then continued playing for Ismaily for three seasons and moved to Telefonat Beni Suef, Al Masry and finally, Ittihad El-Shorta.
After retiring, 33-year-old Abou-Greisha is set to be assigned as Wadi Degla’s youth academy vice director.