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Youssef Walaa leaves Smouha, heads to United States
Egyptian basketball player Youssef Walaa Gaber Abdrabou has joined the Mountain Mission School team, according to reports.
The small forward, who impressed at the World Championship U17 in Zaragoza, Spain will be playing abroad for the first time in his career.
Youssef Walaa Abdrabou ('00), 6'6" wing from Egypt, will play at Mountain Mission School. Was in Mannheim and U17 WC in Zaragoza with Egypt
— Eurohopes (@Eurohopes) September 24, 2016
Mountain Mission School is located in Virginia in the United States.
The 16-year-old started his career at Smouha SC in Alexandria, Egypt. He also featured in the 2016 African U16 Championship in Bamako, Mali.
Walaa is expected to be included in the Pharaohs’ squad when they host the U19 FIBA World Championship in July 2017.