belbalady An eye-catching goal, save or brilliance, one shot in a match could completely change a player’s career.
FilGoal.com And a new series under the title “A match that changed my career”, during which the Egyptian football stars reveal clips that changed their course.
Today, Samir Kamouna, the defender of Al-Ahly, the German and Egyptian Kiers Slautern, and the former Egypt national team, talks about a match that changed his career.
Samir Kamouna told FilGoal.com: “The match between Al-Ahly and Moroccan Raja is in the final of the Arab Elite Championship.”
“I scored the winning goal at the Mohammed V complex, in the presence of 60,000 fans,” he added.
“We won the title at the expense of a great team at the time,” he added.
And he added, “This confrontation opened the way for me to make a big change in my career.”
Kamouna scored Al-Ahly’s goal in the 47th minute of the match to write for the title crowning meeting.
“I also remember the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match 2-0 in which I participated,” he added.
And he concluded, “Zamalek had the dream team at the time, and it was ahead in the standings, and I was very proud of this confrontation.”
Kammona started his career with the Arab Contractors and from there to Al-Ahly in 1996 until 1998, and went through the professional experience in Kaiserslautern, Germany, and Bursaspor, then returned to Al-Ahly.
He wore the Borsaspor shirt, then the Saudi agreement and the Bahraini Muharraq, and returned to the Egyptian League again from the Al-Ittihad gate, then Al-Masry and concluded his career with Petrojet.
With Al-Ahly, he won 6 titles, in addition to the Egyptian Cup title with the Arab Contractors.
With the Egyptian national team, he played 45 international matches and won the 1998 African Cup of Nations and participated in the 1999 Confederations Cup, scoring 8 goals.
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