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The story of a star.. Ayman Al Ramadi, a national coach, follows in the footsteps of the greats

Throughout its history, Egyptian football has many stars who shone in its sky and became legends and stars whose names chant the masses to this day, for their achievements and championships that the masses hope to reproduce at the present time.

It is considered Ayman Ramadi The current technical director of the Aswan club, one of the most prominent Egyptian coaches who shone in the UAE league, and had many training experiences for more than twenty years at the level of the UAE league, and he had a successful experience in training Omani Dhofar for two consecutive years..

Al-Ramadi won the Best Professional Coach award several times during his training career. Al-Ramadi played for several Egyptian clubs, most notably the Arab Contractors, Al-Qanat and Aswan, until he suffered a sudden injury by cutting the cruciate ligament in 1994, and decided at that time to retire and turn to training after receiving a number of training courses..

In the following lines, we monitor the story of Ayman Al Ramadi with football, until he became one of the great coaches who are referred to as Lebanon, after he achieved distinguished results, the last of which was with the Aswan Club in the Egyptian League, to bring to mind the names of the great Egyptian coaches, such as Hassan Shehata, Mohsen Saleh, and others.

– he wore Ayman Al-Ramadi Shirts for Fayoum, Damietta, Aswan, Canal and Arab Contractors clubs.

He retired from football a year after suffering a cruciate ligament injury.

He worked for nearly 15 years in the Emirates and moved between many clubs, most notably Sharjah, Ittihad Kalba and Ajman.

He qualified for the Dubai team 3 times in the UAE Professional League, as well as Al Dhafra, Sharjah, Ittihad Kalba, and Ajman.

– He continued to train Ajman for 5 consecutive seasons and presented distinguished levels with the team.

The Dubai team reached the 8th round in the Emirates Cup for the first time in the club’s history.

* He took over the task of training Al Dhafra UAE in 2008, collecting 25 points from 15 matches, and ensuring that the team remained in the league.

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