Tunisian Hamza Mathlouthi, the right back of the Tunisian Sfaxien, who will join Zamalek club, during the next transfer period, has become the second Tunisian player in the ranks of El Abyad next season, next to the Tunisian Ferjani Sassi, midfielder of Mit Oqba Castle, but Mathlouthi will be the seventh player who He moves from the ranks of Tunisian Sfaxien to play in the Egyptian league, and reviews the “seventh day” in the following lines the history of Tunisian Sfaxian players who joined directly in the ranks of the Egyptian league clubs, especially Al-Ahly and Zamalek.
Anis Bujelban is the first player to move from Tunisian Sfaxien to Al Ahly
The start was with Anis Boghlban, the Sfaxian player who joined Al-Ahly in 2007, and he continued in the ranks of Al-Ahmar for two seasons, during which he won the African Super Cup and the Club Cup of Champions, then he returned after them to play in the Tunisian League again, to be the first Tunisian who joined the ranks of the Red Fort upon the recommendation of Portuguese Manuel Jose, former technical director of Red.
Wissam El Abdi, the first player to move from Sfaxien to Zamalek
The Tunisian Wissam Al-Abdi moved to the Tunisian Sfaxi 2007 season to become the second player from the Tunisian Sfaxi to the Egyptian league, but he soon left the white castle, after sitting on the bench and not having the opportunity to participate mainly with the team after the departure of the French Henri Michel, Who was in charge of Zamalek at this time.
Enppi includes Kamal Zaeem, leader of the Tunisian Sfaxian
In the 2011-2012 season, the club of Enppi included the player Kamal Zaeem, from the Tunisian Sfaxian ranks, in a free transfer deal, in a contract for 4 seasons, but the player left the oil club in the 2012-2013 season, to the Bizerte sports club, before retiring Foot final season 2014-2015.
Didier Couret is the first player to move from Sfaxien to the Arab contractors
While the Ivorian Didier Couret moved from the Tunisian Sfaxien to the ranks of the Arab contractors, the 2015-2016 season, and continued within the ranks of the mountain wolves until the 2018-2019 season, before moving from him to the Alexandrian Federation, then loaning to the Noujoum Club, before the thug leader decided to annul Contracting with him, starting from the current season, to move to play in the Iraqi Oil Club.
– Ali Maaloul, the fifth player of Sfaxien, appeared in the Egyptian league
The Tunisian Ali Maaloul, the left back of Al-Ahly, moved to the ranks of the Red Castle during the 2016-2017 season, and continues until now, as the player shine remarkably during his presence in the ranks of Al-Ahmar, who has fought with him so far 121 games, during which he scored 19 goals and made 35 goals.
Maaloul won with Al-Ahly three tournaments for the Egyptian League, the Egyptian Super Cup twice and the Egypt Cup once.
– Junior Ajay is the sixth Tunisian player from Sfaxien to move to the Egyptian league
Nigerian Junior Ajay, Al-Ahly striker, also joined the ranks of the Red Castle, coming from Sfax Tunisia, 2016-2016 season, after he played for the Tunisian club for one season during which he played 28 games during which he scored 10 goals and made 7 other goals.
Ajay starred with Al-Ahly since coming to the ranks of the red team, where he participated in 121 games, during which he scored 35 goals and made 24 other goals, while he was crowned with Al-Ahly with three championships for the Egyptian league and two championships for the Egyptian Super and the Egypt Cup.
Hamza Mathlouthi, the seventh Tunisian Sfax player, came to Egypt
Thus, the Tunisian Hamza Mathlouthi He is the seventh Tunisian Sfaxian player to come to Egypt and the second player to join the ranks of Zamalek, where the 27-year-old Mathlouthi participated in 99 games with the Tunisian Sfaxian, during which he scored 7 goals and made 15 goals.
There are also a number of players who wore the Tunisian Sfaxian shirt, then they moved to some clubs before they came to the Egyptian league, perhaps the most prominent of them recently was the Tunisian international Ferjani Sassi, the midfielder of Zamalek, who joined Al-Abyad from the Saudi victory, as well as the Tunisian Fakhr al-Din bin Youssef, who joined Ismaili After the end of his contract with the Saudi agreement.