Egypt .. The artist Ahmed El-Sakka sends a message to Shikabala

The Egyptian artist, Ahmed El-Sakka, revealed the football clubs he played for earlier, noting that he had a cruciate ligament injury when he had to make the decision between continuing in art or football.

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During an interview with the “Ink Secret” program, Ahmed El-Sakka indicated that he “does not get intolerant because of the ball, and that he watches all matches,” and said: Even the second division did not send him watching him.

Al-Saqa confirmed that he watches the Al-Ahly club matches (the Egyptian), and that he played in the Al-Ahly club with coach Ibrahim Abdel Samad, who was coaching him, and played in the “Zamalek” club with coach Mohamed Salah and coach Samir Mohamed Ali, and played in the “Said” club with coach Mustafa. Abu Jabal, coach Mohamed Abdel Karim and Captain Abdulaziz Abdel Shafi, explaining that “he was injured in the cruciate ligament when he had to make the decision between continuing in art or football.”

The artist Ahmed El-Sakka also sent a message to the player of Zamalek club Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala, in which he said: “I want to tell you, Shikabala, that all people love you, whether from the Zamalek fans or the Al-Ahly fans, and that the shower that happened around you during the past period is just things that distract you.”

And Al-Sakka continued: “The fans of Al-Ahly are educated and at the highest levels of awareness, and they certainly respect a player like Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala, and the fans of Zamalek are a foregone conclusion that they love him as the fans of Zamalek love Qafsha and Mohamed Sharif, and there is no such thing as a defect. No one disagrees with it.”

The Egyptian artist also revealed “the unforgettable goal of Shikabala,” noting that “the goal that Shikabala entered in El-Shennawy, and also there is a goal he scored from half the field,” describing Mohamed Magdy Qafsha, Al-Ahly club player, as “a fault that flies…what he wants.” God is great, may God protect him.”

Ahmed El-Sakka considered that Egypt has a large number of “critical” players, explaining that “the unpopular are more than the famous,” and he continued, “The ones we know are marginalized and in the shadows are more than those in the light, but the management of the game begins with psychological rehabilitation, talent development, and physical fitness. The degrees go up, the player is not walking.. We have a lot of very good games, and evidence is that if we look at the transfers in the clubs in the past period, you will find a defect in which your eyes were not strong, but the eyes of others, we see them more than us, and Egypt is full of a hot flaw.”

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