Hossam El-Badry asks Ghaly to rethink decision to retire
Al Ahly boss Hossam El-Badry said that he asked club’s captain Hossam Ghaly to reconsider his previous decision to retire after the end of the current season as the coach thinks that he is in good form to continue playing with the team.
In February, the former Tottenham Hotspur player terminated his contract with Saudi side Al-Nassr after spending less than six months with the Najd’s Knight and then decided to rejoin his boyhood club Al Ahly. The player announced that he will be hanging up his boots at the end of the season after his contract with the Cairo giants comes to an end.
“There is a chance for him to continue playing, I told him not to rethink his decision as he can stay with us for another season. I need him in my team,” El-Badry said in radio comments.
“I sat with him yesterday and asked him if he is willing to reconsider the retirement decision but he told me that he made up his mind,” he added. “I told him not to rush something like this.”
The 36-year-old has had an illustrious career with both club and country winning three Egyptian Premier League titles, two Egypt Cups, three Egyptian Super Cups, two CAF Champions League medals, one CAF Confederation Cup medal and an African Cup on Nations medal.
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