Wednesday 1 April 2020
Ayman Ashraf, Al-Ahly defender, sent a message to his teammate, Ahmed Fathi, after announcing the end of his career with the Red Castle at the end of the current season.
Al-Ahly announced on its official website this morning the end of Fathi’s career with Al-Ahly, where he stated in an official statement: “The football planning committee headed by Mohsen Saleh expressed its wishes for success to Ahmed Fathi, the player of the first football team, with the end of the current season.”
Ayman Ashraf published a message through his official account on “Twitter”, in which he said: “I am proud to have played with you, and I have learned from you very many needs. We will miss you a lot, but this is the year of life. I wish you success in the next step.”
Fathi began his career with Al-Ahly in the season (2007 – 2008) to continue in his ranks until the season (2012-2013), then he goes out to spend a short loan period with Hull City and returns to the club after 6 months for the Red Team, and in 2014 he moved to the Umm Salal Al-Qatar club He then returned to the Red Genie in 2015, to continue another 5 years in the team before announcing the end of his career at the end of the current season.