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Mohamed Emara, the captain of the left front in Al-Ahly, celebrates his 47th birthday today

Today, Thursday, Mohamed Emara, the star of Al-Ahly and the former Egyptian national team, celebrates his 47th birthday, as he was born on June 10, born 1974, and is one of the most prominent Al-Ahly stars in the nineties, due to his distinguished championships and an unforgettable imprint in the Red Castle.

Mohamed Emara played in the left-back position for a number of clubs such as the municipality of El-Mahalla, Al-Ahly and Al-Masry clubs, in addition to going through the professional experience in Germany in Hansa Rostock Club, and played for the team for four seasons in the first division, during which he won the title of best left-back in the month six times.

Emara wore the national team shirt and won the 1998 African Cup of Nations, and worked as a coach in the junior football sector at Al-Ahly Club from the 2007-2008 season.

He also participated with Al-Ahly Club against Rome on August 11, 2002, and the match ended with Al-Ahly winning two goals against a goal, and also against Ajax Amsterdam on January 24, 2003, and the match ended with Ajax winning by two goals to one.

While he won the title of best left-back with the national team in 1998, and after retiring, he received many training courses, especially obtaining the international course for football coaches organized by the European Union in 2007.