Oh news, Al-Hadari, in a letter to Abdel-Monsef, someone else was divided


Essam El-Hadary, the legendary Egyptian soccer goalkeeper, sent his caressing message to Mohamed Abdel Monsef, goalkeeper of the Wadi Degla team.

Al-Hadary wrote through his official account on Twitter, “Usa, my brother and my beloved, I am honored, my darling, that you are close to breaking my record in the number of years of playing.”

The goalkeeper of the Egyptian national team at the World Cup added: “But of course, my records were broken in the achievements.” Forget.

Al-Hadari’s last experience in the stadiums was last season with the Al-Nujoom team, which fell into the second division.

El-Hadary is the oldest player in the history of the World Cup, when he participated in the match between Egypt and his Saudi counterpart at the World Cup in Russia 2018.

Mohamed Abdel-Monsef confirmed in televised statements that he seeks to break the High Dam numbers in the stadiums.

“Usa” said that the dream of joining the ranks of the national team still haunts him, and that he aspires to stay in the stadiums until the age of 47, especially as he feels his ability to give inside the green rectangle.

Abdel Monsef has league records, by participating in 23 consecutive seasons in the Egyptian Premier League competition, and he participated in 403 matches in the local competition, with an average of 35,000 minutes, while El Hadary participated in 451 league matches and 24 consecutive seasons in the competition.

Mohamed Abdel Monsef’s first appearance in the league was by guarding the goalkeeper of the former Dina Farms team, in Shebin El-Kom, on February 15, 1997.


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