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Dakhleya sign Goldi’s Ahmed El-Merghany
The former Wadi Degla defender has sparked controversy back in July 2015 after posting critical comments on Facebook regarding Egypt’s president Abd El-Fattah El-Sisi.
El-Merghany’s comments came after Egypt suffered some terrorist attacks in Sinai resulting in the death of over 60 army servicemen in Sheikh Zuweid.
Wadi Degla reacted firmly at that time, deciding to terminate El-Merghany’s contract despite him being one of the team’s most important players.
Afterwards, Goldi’s coach and former Egypt international midfielder Ibrahim Said announced that the third tier club has signed the ex-Zamalek defender; adding that he will help him move to a higher club.