Abdel Monsef: I am trying to achieve a record … and I aspire to return to the national team


Wadi Degla goalkeeper Mohamed Abdel Monsef said that if he came close to breaking Egypt’s retired goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary in the number of participation in the Egyptian League, the latter would return to the stadiums again, pointing out that he is seeking to join the ranks of the Egypt national team.

Abdel Monsef reached 401 matches in the Egyptian League, and during radio statements for the “Falcon Stadium” program, the Wadi Degla goalkeeper said: “I do my best in matches, and throughout my career in the stadiums I strive to appear at the best possible level, and it has nothing to do with age at all.”

He added, “I gained the determination and determination of the previous generation with the Egyptian national team. I have goals and ambitions that I strive to achieve in the next.”

Abdel Monsef continued: “I reached the 401st match, and I am trying to reach a record number of matches.”

Regarding the urban competition, he said: “I think that if I approached the urban number, he would return to the stadiums again, and if I completed the next season, I would reach more matches, and fear (Jamaica).”

He concluded: “I have an ambition to join the camp of the next Egyptian national team, and Ayman Taher, the coach of the national team, knows me well and I trained with him a lot. I hope that I will be among the nominations, regardless of the age factor completely.”


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