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Ahmed Raouf: Al Ahly were hasty in letting me go
The striker has made comments to radio show, Malaab 9090, saying that he deserved a better chance while playing for Al Ahly.
“Al Ahly gave numerous chances for players that weren’t regulars, but they took a hasty decision in releasing me.
“As soon as I started participating in the CAF Confederations and the league, I found myself out of the club.”
Raouf has been in fine form with Al Masry, scoring seven goals in the league and earning himself a call up for Hector Cuper’s squad for the friendly against Burkina Faso.
On his recent form, Raouf commented saying: “Hossam Hassan is the reason, he trusts in me, helps me and I try my best not to disappoint.
“I learned a lot from him considering he was one of the best strikers in African Football, in addition to his psychological treatment with the team which all led to where we are right now.”
It’s worth noting that Ahmed Raouf joined Al Ahly in December, 2014 before being released from the club on orders from then manager, Juan Carlos Garrido, in July, 2014. He scored only three goals for the club before signing for Al Masry.