Mustafa Kareem, the Ismaili club striker and the former Iraq team, expressed his remorse for his departure from the Egyptian league, stressing that he had made a mistake paying his price so far.
Karim joined the Ismaili Club in 2006, before leaving for the Emirates Club of Sharjah, before returning to the Alexandrian Federation, and then moved to the Qatari club Al-Sailiya.
“On my own time, I missed the Egyptian League, and I am still paying for it,” Mustafa Kareem said in televised comments on “On Time Sport”.
He added: “Egypt is the gateway to professionalism in Europe. I have learned the basics of football, skill and easy play.”
He continued: “I swear by God Almighty that my family has been following the Egyptian League until now.”
And he talked about the possibility of Alaa Mahawi offering to play for Al-Ahly: “I would advise him without thinking that he would go to the Egyptian league, and he would sign a blank for any team in Egypt, whoever wanted to learn the ball would go to Egypt.”
The “Tournaments” had previously confirmed Al-Ahly’s negotiations with Mahawi to succeed Ahmed Fathi. See details