Stanley Ohawuchi refuses to shut the door on an Egyptian Premier League return
Ajman Club forward Stanley Ohawuchi has conveyed that he left Egyptian giants Zamalek in order to try a new experience, admitting that he doesn’t know what the future holds for him next.
Stanley had officially completed a move to Saudi Arabian side Al-Qadisiyah in July 2017 from Wadi Degla after spending season 2016/2017 on loan at Zamalek.
He then moved to UAE to play for Ajman Club on a season-long loan that is expected to conclude in June 2019.
“Zamalek is a big club that always play to win, that’s why you have to give your best to make the fans happy. It was big pressure but it benefited me a lot in my career,” Stanley told ON Sport.
“I didn’t leave Zamalek because of financial matters but football pushes you to try new experiences and atmospheres. I follow the Egyptian Premier League and the competition has improved a lot. You cannot predict the winner in any game.”
“I might stay for another one or two years here [at Ajman] or maybe move to another league. Everything is possible in football.”
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