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Egypt in FIFA 14: The Pharaohs squad and ratings

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Guest contributor Ali Abdul reviews in FIFA 14 – the Pharaohs squad and ratings in this year’s edition exclusively revealed on

Well, we got FIFA 14 a few days prior to EA’s official release date, again; time to take a look at Egypt’s squad and ratings in this year’s edition on

The 2014 edition is probably the most reasonable so far in regards to Egypt’s squad and ratings, but there are still a number of disappointments. The squad in this edition of FIFA is almost identical to last year’s – which was mostly players from the Egypt’s Olympic team – but there are also a few new faces.

Overall it’s an improvement from the last two editions and EA did improve the overall ratings of the likes of Mohamed Salah and Ahmed Hassan ‘Koka’ – although their ratings are still not up to par with the numbers we would give them.

List of Egypt’s squad and ratings in FIFA 14:

Note: Players in italics need to be added from the national pool.


Sherif Ekramy – 67
Wahid (Abdel-Wahed El-Sayed) – 66
Ahmed El-Shenawy – 63



Wael Gomaa – 73
Mahmoud Fathalla – 69
Adam El-Abd – 67
Ahmed Hegazy – 65


FIFA 14 Egypt

Marwan Mohsen’s last cap for the national team was January 2013

Mohamed Abdel-Shafy – 64
Ahmed (Samir) Farag – 63



Ahmed Fathi – 65
Mohamed Elneny – 65
Ibrahim Salah – 63
Ali Ghazal – 62
Mohamed El-Nenny – 60 (Apparently El-Nenny and Elneny are two different players)

Hosni (Abd-Rabo) – 73
Hossam Ghaly – 68
Omar Gaber – 64
Hossam Ashour – 61


Mohammed Aboutrika – 77
Mohamed Ibrahim – 66
Mahmoud Kahraba – 58


Mohamed Salah – 74
Ahmed Elmohamady – 72

After Elmo went from Sunderland’s outcast to Hull City’s Player of the Year, his rating stayed the same (EA logic).


Mohamed El-Gabbas – 65
Ahmed Temsah – 68

Ahmed Eid – 66

Gedo – 68
Ahmed Hassan (Koka) – 69
Marwan Mohsen – 62
Ahmed (Hassan) Mekky – 61
Ahmed Yasser – 58

Gedo’s rating also stays the same despite scoring five crucial goals for Hull City to help the Tigers secure promotion.

Top 3 stats:

Mohamed Salah

  • Acceleration: 92
  • Sprint speed: 91

Hosni (Abd-Rabo)

  • Stamina: 92

Thanks to KingFut’s Ahmed Motaweh and Seif El Goweiny for the photo of the squad and design of the image respectively.



  1. Mohamed Al-Hendy

    September 22, 2013 at 4:15 PM

    Hopefully some of these will change for the better by the time the game is actually released. Pitiful that we still have so many 60s and few 70s. Salah should be 77, Geddo 72/73, Nenny 70-72, El Mohamady 75, and many others higher too.

  2. Ali Abdul

    September 22, 2013 at 4:17 PM

    i honestly thought hey would finally bring zaki back to the game, since he played egypts last match and scored

  3. Omar Macintyre

    September 22, 2013 at 4:26 PM

    Do you guys know what type of kits egypt has ??

  4. OWEG

    September 22, 2013 at 4:29 PM

    Hopefully, we will see improvements when the winter update is released. Salah is extremely underrated and so is el nenny.

  5. seif

    September 27, 2013 at 10:10 AM

    fifa is shit its all about winning 11 lol

  6. Mohamed Hossam

    September 27, 2013 at 2:40 PM

    wow…Ahmed Hegazy is weaker than Adam El Abd?El Nenny is stronger than El Nenny?They included Marawan Mohsen I see…and who the hell is Ahmed Yasser?

    and last but not least,Mohamed Ibrahim is worse than Ahmed Temsah?Are you sure?Come on EA.

    The only thing that I am glad of is that this is the first FIFA ill buy without El Hadary,who they always underrated.

  7. Mohamed Ali

    October 19, 2013 at 5:08 PM

    wow great first article Mr. Abdul. Whats your twitter hope you give updates on egypt in fifa 14 on your twitter.

    • Ali AbdUl

      October 20, 2013 at 8:50 PM

      @Aliabdulfut just made one

  8. Pharaohs still #1

    October 19, 2013 at 6:03 PM

    I think that’s the last time FIFA will put Egypt. No more Egypt in FIFA 15 after the disgrace in Kumasi.

  9. Ali AbdUl

    October 20, 2013 at 8:50 PM

    We can go i to the history books for ever if we pull of a miracle

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