Egypt’s Daily sports Digest June 25 : Cairo is red: Ahly reclaim Egyptian league title
Al Ahly player Ramadan Sobhy
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Cairo is red: Ahly reclaim Egyptian league title – Ahramonline

Ahly ensured Zamalek’s domestic football domination would be over before they know it, wrestling the Egyptian Premier League title from their bitter Cairo rivals with two matches to spare after brushing aside Ismaily with a 2-1 victory on Friday.

 

Zamalek draw 2-2 with Masry to hand Ahly Egyptian League title – Ahramonline

Zamalek came back from behind twice to draw with Masry 2-2 but it was never enough as the result handed arch-rivals Ahly the Egyptian league title following a 2-1 victory over Ismaily on Friday

 

Agent denies new offers for Ramadan Sobhy – Kingfut.com

No English Premier League club have made an offer for Al Ahly‘s wonderkid Ramadan Sobhy other than Stoke City, KingFut can confirm.

Following Al Ahly’s win against Ismaily and securing the 38th league title, Mahmoud Taher, Al Ahly’s president, mentioned on TV that Ramadan Sobhy has received bids from English and Italian clubs other than Stoke City.

Speaking exclusively to KingFut, Nader Shawky, Sobhy’s agent, firmly denied Mahmoud Taher’s claims.

“Ramadan only received offers from Stoke City and Udinese,” Shawky commented.

 

Winning the league in Egypt means more than in Holland: Ahly boss Jol – Ahram online

Ahly’s Dutch manager Martin Jol said that winning the league title in Egypt means more to him than winning it in his homeland after leading his side to their 38th Egyptian League title following a 2-1 win over Ismaily on Friday.

 

Ekramy: I’m Egypt’s number one goalkeeper – Kingfut.com

Al Ahly goalkeeper Sherif Ekramy believes he is Egypt’s number one keeper, despite being widely criticised for his recent performances.

Ekramy won the league title with Al Ahly after beating Ismaily 2-1 on Friday. The 32-year-old keeper has been faced with waves of criticism during the past weeks after conceding six goals in two matches, against Al Masry in the league and Zesco United in the CAF Champions League.

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