Thursday 26 March 2020
Amidst many questions about who is supporting the expected Zamalek in the right-back center, the name of the Algerian arcade player, Hussein Bin Ayada, has been closely associated with the move to the White Castle in the recent period.
Bin Iyada is the focus of attention of many clubs in Africa and abroad, as there are European interests to obtain his services, specifically from France, as well as competing for him to include the Tunisian and Esperance teams from within the continent during the recent period.
Hussein Bin Ayada was born in the Algerian city of Oran in August 1992. He started his football career with the Oran Association team and was promoted to the first team in 2011.
Bin Ayada was active in the center of the heart of defense at the beginning of his football career, before turning his position to play as a right back during his time playing for the Oran Association.
Bin Iyada is distinguished by his speed and launches in the right corridor, as well as his mastery of steady strikes, as well as his strong shots.
Ben Ayada contributed to the rise of the Oran League team to the first division in the 2013-2014 season, then he moved to the Algerian Federation team in 2015 and crowned him with the Algerian League championship 2015-2016 season.
Bin Ayada did not stay much in the team of the USM, where he played in his ranks for one year, then moved to his current team, which witnessed his great brilliance, which is the youth of Constantine.
Ben Ayada, with the Constantine Youth Team, has played 117 games since joining the team in the summer of 2016, and he managed to achieve the Algerian League title again with the Smurfs 2017-2018 season.
Hussein sparkled remarkably brilliantly during the last season in the Algerian league, as well as in the participation of Constantine in the African Champions League, where the team reached the quarter-finals and was then eliminated in front of Esperance, and Bin Ayada managed to achieve 6 goals and scored a single goal in 9 games played by the African Champions League.
The voices calling in Algeria about the necessity of including Bin Ayadah to the list of desert warriors who were preparing for the Africa Cup of Nations last summer in Egypt, but Jamal Belmadi preferred to include Youssef Attal and Mahdi Bin Zafan in this center.
But last September, Jamal Belmadi announced that Ben clinic was included in the list of his team, which was preparing to enter a preparatory camp to confront Benin cordially, as a prelude to running the African Nations Cup 2021 qualifiers in Cameroon.
During this season, Ben clinic played 21 games with the youth of Constantine before the Algerian championship stopped in March, and managed to score 4 goals during them and provide 6 crucial passes to his colleagues.