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Aboutrika: Ramadan Sobhi should go back to Al Ahly

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believes, Egypt’s should move back to his home club Al Ahly after his side suffered relegation. 

Following their defeat to Crystal Palace and as they will not be participating in the Premier League next season, Aboutrika said on beIN Sports that he believes Sobhi should leave the Potters and move back the Red Castle.

“If Sobhi continued with Stoke City he will be wasting another year of his career. His style of play is different than most of the English teams, he needs a club that is always on the attack and does not depend on long balls and counter attacks.

“He has to wait after the World Cup, he might get a good offer from another European club, yet if he didn’t get one, a return to his club Al Ahly will be his best option.”

“His place at Al Ahly is currently void, the club wants him, but I do not know if he is willing to go back.”

According to the player’s agent, there is no thought of a return to the Red Devils, however with three successive games without a win, the player is hugely needed back in Egypt.


London School for Journalism student. KingFut community manager, Saba7o Korah editorial team, Writing for Football Italia and I have featured for FourFourTwo, These Football Times and The Gentleman Ultra.

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  1. Mark A

    May 6, 2018 at 9:54 AM

    So let me get this right. His team got relegated so he should go back to Al Ahly? So every year 15% of premier league players should go to obscure leagues when theirbteams get relegated?

    Also he is clearly struggling to make the step up from Egyptian league to a higher league, how is going back to Egyptian league going to help him develop?

    I wish Egyptians would stop kicking our players when their down, insidiously call them failures and try and get them to come back for the benefit of Ahly or Zamalek.

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