Afsha said on Instagram: “Two years have passed since I moved to Al-Ahly, the best thing in my career. Thanks to God, I achieved great championships and many achievements during the two years.”
He added, “Before joining, I could say that these tournaments are too many, but after I played and understood the nature of the club and its fans, it turned out that they are not enough because there is not enough word in Al-Ahly.”
He continued, “God willing, if we have a share, we will live with Al-Ahly for years full of championships and achievements because the most valuable thing in this club is time.”
And he concluded, “Either you graduated from it as a writer of history, or you graduated from a history that was not written.”
In his first season with the Red Castle, Afsha, 25, achieved the treble after winning the 2019-2020 Egyptian Super Cup.
Before retaining the African Champions League title and winning the African Super Cup.
The former Enppi and Pyramids player is looking forward to preserving the Egyptian Premier League title as well as the Egypt Cup.
Al-Ahly occupies the second place in the league standings, away from the leaders Zamalek by three points.
Al-Ahly has a postponed meeting in the tournament.