Rami Rabia regrets leaving Sporting Lisbon

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly center back, Rami Rabia, revealed that he regrets leaving Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon to rejoin boyhood club.

Rabia had joined Sporting’s B team in 2014 aged 21 coming from Al Ahly but stayed for just one season before moving back to Cairo.

During his time in the Portuguese capital the Egypt international made 21 appearances for the B team and three for the first team.

However he decided to leave just one year later as he believed he deserved a bigger role at the club, something he said he regrets.

“I regret not continuing my career abroad. My decision to leave Sporting was wrong, my agent then was Portuguese and had promised me that I would receive other offers while at Sporting,” Rabia told Al Ahly TV.

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“I refused to stay on the bench at Sporting and was sad for not participating with the first team.

“I was sure that one day I would return to my home, Al Ahly, at anytime that’s why I wanted to continue my career abroad,” he concluded.

Since returning to the Red Castle, Rabia has made just over 100 appearances but his playing time was highly affected due to the numerous injuries he sustained over the past five years.

He also won seven titles including four Egyptian Premier League titles, an Egypt Cup and two Egyptian Super Cup.

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