Amr Warda: I don’t think about leaving Panetolikos
Egypt international winger Amr Warda spoke to ON Sport ahead of Egypt’s clash with Ghana in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
The Pharaohs will host Ghana on November 13 at Borg El-Arab Stadium in Alexandria in the second round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
“We [players] don’t care about who will play against Ghana, all we care about is to win the game to make people happy,” The 23-year-old told On Sport.
“I didn’t play against Congo because of issues with the military paperwork, but I am now ready to play.
“I don’t think about leaving Panetolikos, all I want is to play well with my club and at the end of the season I will look into any received offers,” The former Al Ahly player added.
“I always speak with my teammates in the national team especially Mohamed Salah, Elneny, Trezeguet, and Ahmed Hassan “Koka”.
“All the players are only focusing on winning Ghana’s match to take a step towards the World Cup and to make the Egyptians happy,” He concluded.
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