Al-Ahly’s renewal negotiations for Ahmed Fathi’s contract failed, so that the veteran right-back joined the Pyramids ranks.
Walid Suleiman told On Time Sport 2: “If I was shown the same offer that Ahmed Fathi got, I would not go because I want to end my career in Al-Ahly.”
He continued about the departure of his colleague, Sharif Ekrami, “Sharif is an educated and mature person, and I learn from him, but he left because he wants to play, a model that we learn from because it is difficult for the player to return to shine after making mistakes, and he will be a great symbol in Al-Ahly.”
He continued his talk about his colleagues, “I hope that Ramadan Sobhi will continue because he is a great and good player and he owns Al-Ahly because of his contemplation of the previous big generation.”
Walid Suleiman chose his goal of Esperance in the second leg of the 2012 African Champions League final, the best in his career.
How to protect yourself from the Corona virus .. clickHere
To find out all those infected with Coronavirus from the world of football and their progression, clickHere
To follow the effect of the Corona virus on local and international sporting eventsPress here