Al-Ahly playmaker Mohamed Magdy Afsha spoke about his career after writing his name in the history of the Red Club by scoring the goal of winning the CAF Champions League for the ninth time in its history.
Afsha stated on the radio program Al-Saqr Stadium, “It is an honor for me to score an influential goal with Al-Ahly and immortalize my name next to a great player like Muhammad Abu Trika. It is one of the best moments of my life, and I hope to achieve more of this my desire since we were a player in Pyramids. Playing for Al-Ahly was my first and last choice, and I am ready.” I serve Al-Ahly with my neck. “
He pointed out, “The competition in Al-Ahly is difficult, so I focused on the physical side to be able to perform defensive and offensive tasks, score goals and participate for 90 minutes, because any opportunity must be adhered to.”
He added, “I am very happy to leave a mark with the fans (the judge is possible). He designed special shirts for them.”
Regarding the difference between his current coach Pitso Musimani and former Rene Fyler, Afsha said, “I love Fyler, but he would sometimes ask me to play as a second spearhead or a third midfielder and employ me in a non-central position. As for Musimane, he gave me more freedom on the field.”
Afsha also touched on the talk about Abdullah Al-Saeed, the Pyramids player, saying, “He is a great player. I love and respect him and it is a great honor that he is said to me that I am his successor, but with respect to everyone I do not agree with the saying (there is no substitute), and my goal that I scored in Togos goal does not mean that I took His place, the competition is honorable, and the decision always remains with the technical director, Hossam El-Badry. “
And he went on in another context, “I also followed what was written on my tongue about Mohamed Salah, I assure that he is a respectable, humble figure and loved by all players. What I said is that he is one of the smartest players in the world. He is good at moves and scoring goals and knows well how to serve his team, but he is not talented, I mean that he is not skilled.” And yet, he is a great star, as evidenced by the fact that he is competing for the best player in the world.
Muhammad Magdi Afsha continued his statements by talking about Shikabala, saying, “I was sitting with my friends and asked them what happened, and I was surprised by his resemblance to a dog, and I was very sad. Of course, the people who did this did not respect and have nothing to do with encouraging football, but there are those who pushed them to do so.”
The Al-Ahly player concluded, “Insulting any player is not acceptable. He also does not accept that we compare a person (Bani Adam) to a dog … I hope that the fans encourage their team politely, respect and politeness, and if you criticize a player, he is motivated to produce his best.”