Ramadan Sobhy, the Pyramids game maker, revealed the scenes of his departure from the Al-Ahly club during the recent period, confirming that some people inside the club had delayed the completion of the contract with Huddersfield. Ramadan Sobhy said in televised statements for the “The Story” program presented by the media Amr Adib: “I started at Al-Ahly And I traveled England, I dreamed of mastering and this was achieved through Al-Ahly. I moved to Huddersfield and the injury prevented me from participating and I got out of the coach’s accounts, and I hoped to participate with the national team in the African nations, so I decided to search for another club in Europe to participate.
And he continued: “After Al-Ahly lost Al-Taraji in the African final, I was in the day. I was very sad and spoke to Hossam Ghaly and told him,” I am unable to return, and I insisted on returning to Al-Ahly to help win the titles again. “
Ramadan Sobhi commented on the loss of his team to the African Confederation title in front of the Nahdet Berkane Al Maghribi, and Ramadan Sobhi said in televised statements to the program “The Story” presented by Amr Adib: “I was hoping to participate with Pyramids in the Confederation, and the team reached the final in the first participation. The title, but this is a lesson we must learn from. “
He added: “The tournament was going to separate with the club very much. There were arbitration errors, but this is football, and the players were men, and I wish them success in the coming period.”