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The Scout: An Egyptian playing for Sweden’s national team
The latest episode of The Scout brings you the 2015/16 Arab player’s XI, an Egyptian player in Sweden and more.
The Scout, a new series that focuses on Egyptians plying their trade overseas, has already covered SC Braga’s Ahmed Hassan ‘Koka’, Wigan Athletic’s Sam Morsy, Falkenbergs FF’s Alexander Jakobsen, and AS Roma’s Mohamed Salah, among others.
When we mention Egyptian currently playing in Sweden, you automatically think it’s Alexander ‘Amir Adel’ Jakobsen, but today’s episode takes a look at another 16-year-old Egyptian playing in Sweden for Djurgårdens IF Fotboll.
This youngster is a talented attacking midfielder playing for Sweden’s U17 national team, and qualifies for the Egyptian national team through his parents should those in charge decide to call him up. Who is he? Find out by watching the video below: