The curtain came down on Saad Samir’s journey inside the walls of the Red Castle, which ended in tears of separation, after the Al-Ahly club announced the departure of its team leader to the Future Club on loan for two seasons, starting from the new season, as the player entered a crying link while bidding farewell to his colleagues in the Red Castle.
Saad Samir’s “tears” provoked strong reactions inside the Red Castle and through social media platforms, and many considered them as tears in the eyes of a loyal and loyal player who gave a lot to Al-Ahly, whether with his technical abilities or sincerity and enthusiasm within the club for many years.
Al-Ahly praised Saad Samir’s behavior, discipline and great respect for the club’s values and traditions, stressing that he was a model of commitment, whether he was participating in matches or outside the formation, as well as his role in motivating his colleagues and creating an atmosphere of friendliness and love, which was one of the secrets of the success of the football system throughout the last period.
Saad Samir participated in 204 matches with Al-Ahly in all tournaments, with a total of 16,551 minutes of play, during which he scored 13 goals and made a goal, received 15 yellow cards and was expelled twice, and crowned with the Red Castle with seven Premier League championships, two Egypt Cup titles, two local super titles, four African Champions League titles and three Super titles. CAF Champions League, five local super titles, as well as the Confederation Cup and bronze in the Club World Cup.
Saad Samir played for the Arab Contractors Club and participated in 14 matches, while he played 12 matches for Al-Masry Al-Port Said, bringing his total to 230 matches throughout his journey with the round witch..
Saad Samir was born on the first of April 1989 in the city of Banha, Qalyubia Governorate. Saad Samir started his sports life as an athletics player before moving to the Police Sports Union Club, and he contributed strongly to the rise of his first team to the first division, when he was not more than 17 years old..
Saad Samir then moved to the Libyan Al-Nasr Club to play with the first team, and in 2009 he joined Al-Ahly Club from the Libyan Al-Nasr, where he was playing in the youth team and then joined the Egyptian team, which was held in the 2012 Olympic Games..
And the Al-Ahly defender moved to the Egyptian club in the 2011/2012 season, due to his lack of participation in the matches with the Red Castle, before returning to Al-Ahly again to prove his feet in the main formation of the team..
Saad Samir is the king of pranks among his colleagues, whether in the Al-Ahly camps or the national team, especially in the long camps in which he plans unexpected pranks. Some even see him as the successor of Mohamed Barakat, the former Egyptian football star, and nominate him to work in the technical and media field after his retirement.
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