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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian Premier League side Zamalek have appointed club legend Gamal Abdelhamid to be the new supervisor of the club’s academy.
As announced by Zamalek’s football supervisor, Ashraf Kassem, on OnSports TV, Abdelhamid has been chosen to supervise the club’s academy.
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This will be the former Egypt international’s first official role as a club official since his retirement in 1994.
Abdelhamid is one of the best attacking midfielders to ever grace the football pitch in Egypt.
He kicked-off his career with Al Ahly in the mid-seventies and after sustaining a long-term injury he was let go by the Reds before joining arch-rivals Zamalek.
It was with the White Knights that the 63-year-old arguably reached the peak of his form.
He won nine trophies in his ten-year stint, including three Egyptian Premier League titles and three CAF Champions Leagues.
Abdelhamid is also the Egyptian Premier League’s eighth all-time goalscorer with 101 recorded goals.
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On the international level, he won with Egypt the 1986 AFCON and captained the Pharaohs during the 1990 World Cup in Italy.
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