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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Ex-Al Ahly midfielder Shehab Ahmed has returned to Egypt to join second division side ZED FC, the player has announced.
Ahmed has been playing in Saudi Arabia since August 2018, representing second division sides Al-Bukiryah FC and Al Taqadom FC.
Before that, he played for El-Gaish, Petrojet, Entag El-Harby, and Alassiouty SC [now Pyramids FC].
However, Shehab is most known for his time at Cairo giants Al Ahly, who he played for five years after graduating from the youth ranks in 2009 until 2014.
Four league titles, two CAF Champions Leagues, one CAF Super Cup, three Egypt Super Cups, and a historic rocket against Libya’s Ittihad, were his achievements with the Reds.
He played 84 games for the African Champions, scoring six goals and was a member of the bronze-medalist Egypt team at 2011 U23 AFCON as well as playing the Pharaohs’ all four games at the 2012 Olympic Games.
However; his career went downhill since then, but now Shehab has returned to Egypt through ambitious ZED FC, looking to earn a promotion to the Premier League.
The club has made several strong signings this season, bringing in Ahmed Gaafar, Ramzy Khaled, Islam Siam, Islam El-Far, Islam Ramadan, Walid Hassan, and most recently Ahmed Dowidar.
They currently sit fifth in the Cairo group of the second division with 15 points, eight behind leaders Porto Suez/
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