The round one fixtures for the Men’s World Squash Championship 2016 have been released. ...
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Ahmed Hegazy: I want to make history with Al Ahly
Al Ahly defender Ahmed Hegazy talked about his experience with his new club so far, as well as his desire to make history with the Red Devils after his impressive start to the season.
Hegazy joined the club last summer, after terminating his Fiorentina contract.
“Ahly have three good defenders, so there is a great deal of competitiveness which is healthy and beneficial for the team and myself,” Hegazy told reporters at the club on Sunday.
“I made the right choice; joining Al Ahly to win a lot of trophies, which is something I want,” he continued.
“I am not considering returning to Europe; I am concentrating on winning trophies with the Red Devils as I mentioned before, and to make history,” the ex-Ismaily player concluded.
Ahly lie in sixth place in the Egyptian Premier League table, with 9 points from 4 games after their loss to Maqassa.