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“It is called Lamine, Captain?” Abdel Monsef: I hope the Tigris Valley will remain in Al Mumtaz

"It is called Lamine, Captain" ... a daily paragraph provided by the seventh day website during the days of the holy month of Ramadan by communicating with football stars to find out the invitations they wish to respond to in Egyptian football and its stadiums, or what they want for players of the current generation or their former colleagues in the stadiums.

The invitation of the twenty-sixth day of the holy month of Ramadan went to the Wadi Degla team, as Mohamed Abdel-Monsef, the goalkeeper of Al-Ghazlan, wished that his team would not be relegated to the second division league and that the results would improve in the coming period.

Abdel-Monsef confirmed that the Wadi Tigris team had provided all the capabilities, explaining that he would be sad if he was relegated to the second division, saying, "The Tigris Valley Club has presented good results in front of the big teams and has young players with ambition and ability to compete."

In a related context, Abdel Monsef participated with the national team in the African Nations Cup in the 2006 editions, which were held in Egypt and crowned the national team, and 2008, which the Pharaohs also snatched under the leadership of Master Hassan Shehata.

As for his trophy coffers, Abdel Monsef won many championships with Zamalek, where he won the league title 3 times in the seasons 2000-2001, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, and he also won the Egypt Cup 3 times also 2000, 2002, 2008, and the Cup The Egyptian Super Cup twice in 2001 and 2002, the African Champions League once in 2002, the African Super Cup once in 2003, the 2000 African Cup of Nations Cup, the Arab Club World Cup 2003, and the Egyptian Saudi Super Cup 2003.


Abdel Monsef is the biggest player in the 2020-2021 season tournament, as he is 44 years old, and is the second largest player in the history of the league after Essam El-Hadary, who retired and is going into his 25th season in the tournament, and he has surpassed the 400-match barrier with five teams.


And do not forget the record that many overlook, which is that "Ose" broke the record previously achieved by the legend of Manchester United, the former Welsh star Ryan Giggs, and Francesco Totti, the former Italian Liverpool star, as "Usa" set a new record with his participation in 25 consecutive seasons. As soon as he appeared in the face of the National Bank in the first round of the new season of the Egyptian League Championship 2020/2021, cementing his number as the most player who participated in a number of historical seasons of the league.