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Ahly star Fathi denies Zamalek talks

Ahmed Fathi declares he is committed with the Red Devils denying Zamalek move reports

Ahram Online, Monday 16 Jun 2014
Ahly Ahmed Fathi
Ahmed Fathi (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Ahly right winger Ahmed Fathi has rubbished local reports linked him with a move to his club's rivals Zamalek.

"The report about Zamalek is a lie. I love Ahly club and I will never play for any other club inside Egypt but Ahly. Don't believe anything but this," the 29-year-old midfielder wrote on his twitter account Monday.

The Egyptian national team key player is starring with the Cairo-based club since he moved from Ismaily in 2007. He had two playing abroad experiences, Kazma of Kuwait and English Hull City.

He collected a series of domestic and continental trophies with Ahly and Egypt including Egypt Premier Leagues, Cups, African Champions Leagues and Africa Cups of Nations.

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