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Sherif Ekramy, Pyramids goalkeeper, celebrates today, Saturday, his 38th birthday, as the young Ekramy was born on July 10, 1983 in a football family with distinction, to inherit the goalkeeper’s origins from the African monster, Ekramy El-Shahat, one of the biggest names in this center in the history of Egypt.

Under the slogan “The Great Exit”, the end of Sharif Ekramy’s relationship with Al-Ahly Club after his move to Pyramids at the beginning of this season after a long career with the Red Castle, where Sharif Ekramy began his football career in the junior sector of Al-Ahly Club and graduated with him until he played with the first team in the 2004-2005 season Then he traveled in 2008 to play for the Ankara team for a year.

In 2009, Sherif Ekramy moved to the ranks of the Dutch Feyenoord club, then returned to Egypt through the El Gouna Club gate to return again to his home and settled with Al-Ahly Club since 2010.

With Al-Ahly, Ikrami won many titles, including 7 General League titles, one Egypt Cup title, 6 Super Cup titles, and two Champions League and African Super titles.

And earlier, Pyramids goalkeeper Sherif Ekramy confirmed that he did not think of revenge against Al-Ahly during his departure from the club, saying that he chose Pyramids for a set of reasons that made him prefer him over Al-Ismaili and another Saudi offer, saying: “I refuse to say that my decision to leave Al-Ahly is aimed at revenge.”

He continued: “My exit from Al-Ahly was more than acceptable, and there was a very great warmth and respect from the Al-Ahly fans in the matter, and I was away from participating for two seasons, and I had an opportunity to fully evaluate the image, and I did not set participation as a single criterion for evaluating the situation.” .

As for the beginning of thinking about leaving, he said: “Feiler, at the beginning of his arrival at Al-Ahly, was very frank with all the great players, and he held a meeting with us after the first match outside Egypt, and his words to me were very clear, and he said that we are great players, and we achieved championships, and it is possible that Some are involved and some are not, but I need all of you to help the team.”

He added, “I understood the message that Feiler wanted, and I did not need further clarification or sessions, and Muhammad Al-Shennawi’s presence with us in this session was aimed at not saying that his words were directed to a particular person.”

He continued: “After I announced my decision to leave, Syed Abdel Hafeez spoke to me and expressed his distress that I did not approach him in the matter before making the decision, and I thought that my decision would remove embarrassment from Al-Ahly’s management, and then I discovered after that that this created a kind of pressure, and they have a right to that.”

Regarding the stage after the decision to leave, he said: “I did not arrange my papers when I made the decision to leave Al-Ahly, but I was aware that there was enough time to negotiate, and after a week there were clubs that communicated with me.”
And he added: “Apart from Pyramids, there was the Ismaili, and I said no objection, but any fan club would be difficult, and after that a club came from Saudi Arabia, but that was the time of Corona, and for me Pyramids was the first choice; Because it is a strong club that owns a project, and does not have an audience.”
And he concluded: “All my focus and devotion to Pyramids, but it is known that I belong to Al-Ahly, so I would have preferred not to play with a fan club against Al-Ahly.”

Source: the seventh day


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