Monday 13 April 2020
Al-Hani Suleiman, the goalkeeper of Smouha Club, confirmed that he had previously signed for Al-Ahly in 2013 before he refused to continue with the team because of the lack of agreement between them.
Sulaiman said in statements via Sada Al-Balad, that he preferred to be with a team that guarantees his presence in the matches continuously, while Al-Ahly asked him to go out on loan for a season.
Smouha guard said: “I signed for Al-Ahly in 2013, but there was a crisis in the team list and they asked me to go out as a loan for one season, but I refused.”
He continued: “I finished the agreement with Al-Ahly and prepared the amount that I got through my agent, Tamer Al-Nahhas. At the time, I was in my best period and wanted to continue to shine, and therefore we did not agree to loan me.”
He concluded: “I am afraid to play in front of only three attackers, among them the former Al-Ahly duo Imad Miteb and Muhammad Fadl, in addition to John Antwy, the Pyramids striker currently.”