Ahmed Hassan football

Ahmed Hassan 

Individual data 

Full name Ahmed Hassan Kamel Hussein

Date of birth 2 May 1975 (age 40)

Spot of birth Maghagha, Egypt

Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[1]

Playing position Midfielder

Club data

Current group

Petrojet (player-director)

Youth profession

1991–1995 Maghagha

Senior career*

Years Team Apps† (Gls)†

1995–1997 Aswan 15 (7)

1997–1998 Ismaily 22 (6)

1998–2000 Kocaelispor 49 (5)

2000–2001 Denizlispor 30 (8)

2001–2003 Gençlerbirliği 41 (23)

2003–2006 Beşiktaş 79 (30)

2006–2008 Anderlecht 56 (20)

2008–2011 Al-Ahly 58 (22)

2011–2013 Zamalek SC 25 (9)

Total 375 (130)

National team‡

1995–2012 Egypt 184 (23)

Groups oversaw

2015– Petrojet

* Senior club appearances and objectives meant the local alliance just and right starting 20 September 2011.

† Appearances (objectives)

‡ National group tops and objectives right starting 11 June 2012

Profession 

Ahmed Hassan began his expert football profession as a privilege back at Aswan Club in the Egyptian lower divisions. After one season there, he moved to the more effective Ismaily. He was 20 when he was chosen surprisingly to play in the Egyptian national group's well disposed match against Ghana on 29 December 1995. After his amazing exhibitions with the Egyptian national group in the African Cup of Nations 1998, including scoring an objective from a long range shot against South Africa in the last that offered the squad some assistance with winning the competition, Hassan joined Turkish side Kocaelispor at 22 years old. In 2000, he was exchanged to Denizlispor before joining his Egyptian universal buddy Abdel-Zaher El-Saqua in 2001 when he moved to Gençlerbirliği. Taking after three fruitful seasons with the club, amid which the group twice made the Turkish Cup Final, he moved to Beşiktaş where he was a first group standard and additionally a customary on the group's scoring sheet. He especially awed supervisor Jean Tigana who, notwithstanding being known for selecting more youthful players for his first group, still respected the 30-year-old Hassan a key player of the squad. Tigana expressed that "Hassan is a dedicated player who is speedy and capable."

RSC Anderlecht 

After Hassan was named "Best Player of the African Cup of Nations 2006" he met Ziyad Abou Chair who gave him permit to play in remote nations, Fulham, Rangers, Newcastle United, and Espanyol were apparently keen on marking him. In any case, he moved to R.S.C. Anderlecht, the Belgian First Division champions, on a free exchange subsequent to picking not to broaden his agreement with Beşiktaş, which finished in 2006. Hassan joined Anderlecht because of its programmed capability to the UEFA Champions League and turned into an imperative part of the Anderlecht assault, setting up and scoring objectives himself. His position in the midfield was before Lucas Biglia and Jan Polák, simply behind the strikers Serhat Akin and Nicolas Frutos. In the 2007–08 season, he expressed that that season would be his keep going for Anderlecht. His family had as of now come back to Egypt, and he tailed them there.

Comes back to Egypt 

Ahmed Hassan moved to Egyptian club Al Ahly to end his vocation in Egypt, marking a three-year contract as of May 2008. He scored in his first aggressive match against incredible opponent Zamalek, in the opening of the CAF Champions League, from a long-range free-kick.In September 2010 he endured a profession debilitating damage in an African Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone that would keep him far from the fields for six months.

On 19 July 2011, Hassan marked with Ahly's severe adversaries Zamalek to a two-year contract as a free exchange after his agreement with Ahly lapsed. On 20 September 2011, Hassan made his official presentation with Zamalek in a glass match against Wadi Degla giving a marvelous execution and scoring two objectives and offering his group some assistance with defeating Degla 4–1 and qualify to the following round. At the point when the group was halted in February because of the Port Said Stadium calamity, Hassan had played in every one of the 15 amusements for Zamalek completing as top scorer of the group with 7 objectives. He then scored in a CAF Champions League match against Moroccan Maghreb Fez with a header in the 81st moment. On 16 January Hassan scored in a benevolent against Ukrainian titans FC Shakhtar Donetsk.

Worldwide vocation 

Hassan has played in eight Africa Cup of Nations competitions for Egypt, winning the competition four times, in 1998, 2006, 2008 and 2010. In the 2006 competition, he was named skipper and scored four objectives in six matches, the second-most astounding individual objective count in that year's competition. He was named best player of the competition in the wake of winning his second title and Egypt's fifth, an accomplishment he rehashed in 2010 at 34 years old. In 2008, Hassan captained Egypt to their 6th Africa Cup of Nations triumph. Ahmed Hassan is one of various players who have earned more than 100 global tops for Egypt, and is at present the most topped male player for any nation, in front of Mohamed Al-Deayea of Saudi Arabia and Claudio Suárez of Mexico. He additionally holds the record for most Africa Cup of Nations won by any player ever.

Hassan broke Hossam Hassan's appearance record with his 170th top for Egypt on 25 January 2010 in the Africa Cup of Nations quarter last against Cameroon. He had a memorable diversion: he headed an Achille Emana corner into his own particular net (however Emana was credited with the objective); leveled from long range and guaranteed the last objective in a 3–1 win in additional time from a free-kick in spite of replays demonstrating the ball did not cross the line.On 31 January 2010, Hassan grabbed his fourth Africa Cup of Nations victors' award as Egypt vanquished Ghana 1–0 in the final.In November 2011, Hassan played his 178th amusement for Egypt in a cordial against Brazil. In doing as such he coordinated the record for universal appearances.On 27 March 2012, Hassan began an agreeable match against Kenya breaking the world record for most global appearances 
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