Wael Riad Chitos, the Al-Ahly star and the former Egypt team, has recollected the memories of his goal he scored against Real Sociedad in the friendly match that brought Al-Ahly to the Spanish club on August 16, 2003 at “Anoeta” stadium in San Sebastian, and that match was expected to receive public attention Big, especially since the red genie was able to beat the Spanish champion Real Madrid before it, but the surprise came with the absence of the fans from the match that was held in rainy conditions.
Chitose posted on his page on Facebook a video shot while he scored the equalizer for Al-Ahly in the 65th minute of the match, as the Spanish team was ahead with a goal in the second half, and the video published by Wael Riad and the presence of the artist Yusra in the match stadium cabin to support the red genie in The match, which ended with Real Sociedad winning 4/3 on penalties, after Ibrahim Saeed and Wael Gomaa wasted the time.
Wael Riad confirmed in previous statements that Al-Ahly club was obligated to renew Hossam Ashour’s contract for one season only as a kind of honor for the player’s historical value inside the Red Castle.
Wael Riad added in statements on satellite, On Time Sport 2 that Hossam Ashour He played for Al-Ahly 16 years and played and won many local and continental championships, other than that he was the captain of the team and previously that the team renewed the captain at the discretion of the technical managers, especially as he wore no T-shirt but the red castle.
Wael Riad continued that Hossam Ashour was surprised by the club’s decision and it was obligatory to pave the decision at least 3 months before it, especially since it is not permissible to surprise the captain of the Red Castle with the decision to dispense with him on the day of the session that was held with him, and he basically went to the club in search of negotiating the renewal period for a year Or two years.
Wael Riad revealed that dealing with the club’s sons differs in form and theme from the player of the club, so Hossam Ashour, the club’s son, started from childhood and graduated into Al-Ahly teams for a long life and felt the club’s pain and joys throughout history.