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Haras El Hodoud has completed its agreement to include three Ismaili players as part of the team’s reinforcements in the new season.
Alaa Al-Saadani, contract manager at Haras El-Hodoud Club, succeeded in including the trio, Medhat Faqousa, Wajih Abdel Hakim and Ahmed Ayman, players of the Ismaili team, as part of a plan to strengthen the team to appear strongly.
Thus, Haras El Hodoud managed to sign ten players after the signing of the Ismaili trio.
The border guards announced yesterday, Tuesday, the inclusion of Imad El-Sayed, the former El Gouna goalkeeper, in a free transfer deal for two seasons.
Emad Al-Sayed begins the preparation period with the rest of the players in the Haras El-Hodoud Club, under the leadership of Ahmed Ayoub, the team’s coach.
The border guards also completed the signing of the hexagonal Ahmed Shedeed Kenawy from Al-Masry, Mahmoud Salah from Aswan, Ahmed Daouda from the Arab Contractors, Mustafa Gamal from Enppi, Ahmed Amer on loan from El-Gouna, and finally the Palestinian Mohamed Darwish, the German player from Hanover.
Mustafa Gamal was the captain of the former Haras El Hodoud team, and Gamal joins on his return to El Max Stadium from Enppi.
The player is considered one of the young guards, as he rose through its ranks until the arrival of the first team and became the captain of the team.
It is noteworthy that the technical staff of Haras El Hodoud Club includes: Ahmed Ayoub as technical director, Mohamed Makki as general coach, along with Ahmed Assem as assistant coach, Wissam Ismail as goalkeeper coach and Amr Khalil as football director.