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Ramadan Sobhy: I didn’t get accepted in Zamalek try-outs
Ramadan Sobhy has talked about trying out for Zamalek, his dreams of playing abroad and the Abou-Treika comparisons.
In an interview with CBC presenter Mona El Shazly on her show “Ma’koum”, Ramadan Sobhy has talked about several subjects including his trial at Zamalek and his dreams of playing abroad.
On the rumour of him not being really 19 years old, Sobhy has denied all these rumors saying that he’s played for Al Ahly first team since two years and that all of these rumours are non-sense.
The starlet also talked about his beginnings and how he first tried out in Zamalek before trying out for Al Ahly. He said he got rejected with the coach handling the recruitment telling him: “You don’t know how to play at all.”
Sobhy has said that playing in the Dubai International tournaments with Al Ahly juniors team was the reason the fans know him and that got called up for the first team as soon as he returned.
On his relationship with Egypt and Ahly legend Mohamed Abou-Treika he said that Treika keeps offering him advice and helping him. He added that he refuses the comparisons with Treika because he didn’t achieve a part of what the ex-Ahly playmaker achieved during his time playing.
On his dreams of playing abroad Ramadan said that he wishes to play in the English Premier League as he considers it the most competitive league in the world. He said he would like to play for Arsenal just like his Egyptian compatriot Mohamed Elneny.