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Today.. Mohamed Abdel Shafi Mashouq Al-Zamalkawi celebrates his 36th birthday

Mohamed Abdel Shafi, the star of Zamalek and the Egyptian national team, celebrates today, Thursday, his 36th birthday. He was born on July 1, 1985, and began his career in the youth club of Zamalek, before moving to Enppi Club in 2003, and played with him for two seasons in the youth team in the Petroleum Club, Then he moved to Ghazl El-Mahalla Club in 2005 and continued with him until 2009, to write a certificate of his brilliance in Egyptian stadiums, to catch the attention of Zamalek club officials and move to Al-Abyad in the 2009-2010 season, and continued with him until the 2014-2015 season, before moving to the Saudi League, where he played within the ranks of Al-Ahly Jeddah And the conquest, before announcing his return to the White Castle again.

During his first period with Zamalek, Mohamed Abdel Shafi played 158 matches, including 104 matches in the Premier League, during which he scored 8 goals, made 8 others and received 9 warnings. He also played 38 matches in African championships, scored one goal, and made two goals, while participating in Egypt Cup Championship 15 matches, during which he scored a goal and made 4 goals, and received one yellow card.

Mohamed Abdel Shafi with Zamalek won 3 championships, led by the Premier League season 2014/2015 and was one of the most prominent stars of the team at the time, in addition to the Egypt Cup twice 2012/2013, 2013/2014.

Mohamed Abdel Shafi starred strongly before his departure from Zamalek and was a key player in the white and the national team on the left front, and was also chosen as the best player in the Egypt Cup season 2013/2014.

After Abdel Shafi left Zamalek, he joined the Saudi Al-Ahly Jeddah Club, where he played 113 matches, with 9,930 minutes of play, during which he did not score, and made 10 goals. Shifu appeared in 74 matches with the Al-Ahly team in the Saudi Professional League and made 8 goals, while playing 20 matches In the AFC Champions League and made only two goals.

He also participated in 11 matches with Al-Ahly in the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup, during which he did not score or make any goals, in addition to appearing in 7 matches in the Crown Prince Cup, and one match in the Saudi Super Cup.

Abdul Shafi succeeded in leading Al-Ahly of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to crown the Crown Prince Cup in the 2014/2015 season, the Saudi League title for the 2015/2016 season, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup in 2016, and the Saudi Super Cup in the same year, crowning all Saudi championships in an unprecedented achievement. Any Egyptian player.

In 2018, Mohamed Abdel Shafi went on loan to the Saudi Al-Fateh team in 2018, during which he participated in 10 matches, including 9 matches in the Saudi League and one match in the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup, where he succeeded in making 3 goals, and did not score any goals. .

After his return to Zamalek, Abdel Shafi was crowned with two African Super Cup titles at the expense of Tunisia’s Esperance, after winning 3-1, then crowning the local super title by defeating the traditional rival Al-Ahly on penalties after the end of the match in its original time with a goalless draw.