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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Former Al Ahly, Hull City, and Egypt forward Mohamed Nagy Geddo has announced his retirement from football.
The 36-year old, who earned 36 caps for the Pharaohs and led them to the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations title, has decided to hang up his boots,
أشعر ان هذا هو الوقت المناسب للاعتزال، الحمد لله حظيت بمسيرة رائعة كانت اكبر كثيرا مما كنت أتخيل، ممتن جدا لكل لحظة، انا محظوظ انى حققت كل احلامي، ولكن هذا لم يكن سيحدث لولا تشجيعكم لي، انا الآن جاهز للرحله الجديده في حياتي، شكرا لكم جميعاً ❤️🙏— Mohamed Geddo (@Geddo) January 10, 2021
Geddo has been without a club since November after being released by El-Gouna and has struggled to find a new club, despite almost signing for newly promoted Bank Al Ahly.
He started his career with home club Ala’ab Damanhour in 2002, before moving to Ittihad of Alexandria three years later and stayed within the ranks of the coastal club until his breakout 2009/2010 season where he scored 16 goals for the club in all competitions.
His performances earned him a call to the Egyptian national team by legendary Hassan Shehata to join the team’s pursuit of their third consecutive continental title in 2010.
After playing a total of 173 minutes in Angola, in which he scored five goals earning him both the golden boot and the discovery player of the tournament award, he was bound to attract the prying eyes of the top two teams in Egypt: Al-Ahly and Zamalek.
After a tug-of-war between the Cairo giants over his signature, which caused an eruption in the Egyptian media, Al-Ahly controversially signed Egypt’s AFCON hero.
In Cairo, Geddo managed to score 23 goals in 95 games, guiding them to two league titles, two Egypt Super Cups, two CAF Super Cup, two CAF Champions Leagues, and the CAF Confederation Cup.
He most famously scored and assisted in the 2012 CAF Champions League final as well as spending a memorable loan spell at English club Hull City.
Five goals in 12 games in the second-half of the 2012/13 Championship earned Hull City promotion to the Premier League and prompted the club to renew their loan spell for another year, however, he couldn’t replicate his form from first season and made just two appearances in the Premier League, without scoring any goals.
Geddo then went on to have stints at Entag El-Harby, Arab Contractors, and then El-Gouna, scoring 20 goals in 137 games for the three club across five seasons, before hanging up his boots.
On the international level, Geddo has 19 caps in 36 games for the Pharaohs, scoring in his last two games against Ghana and Bosnia-Herzegovina, with his last international game coming against the latter in March 2014.
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