| Cairo, Egypt|
| (1989-07-21) July 21, 1989 (age 26)|
→ Telephonat Bani Sweif (loan)
Ahmed Shoukry Wikipedia
Ahmed Shoukry (Arabic: احمد شكري) (born July 7, 1989) is an Egyptian footballer. Shoukry plays as an attacking midfielder for Egyptian Premier League club Al Masry. He has been dubbed as the new Raúl for his technical skill, speed and left foot, then he returned to Al-Ahly.
Shoukry has made his debut with Al-Ahly in 2009-10 Egyptian Premier League on 19 October 2009 Against Petrojet. Due to the absences of many stars like Mohamed Abo-Treika, Shoukry played in very important matches against Ismaily and Zamalek and he proved he is a great player and can fill in the role of Abo-Treika. Shoukry scored his first goal against Ittihad El-Shorta after coming on as a substitute to help Al Ahly win the game 4-2. Shoukry scored his second goal on the CAF Champions league 2010 in the second leg against Gunners in Cairo to help Al Ahly win the game 2-0. In July 2011, he moved to Telephonat Bani Sweif on a loan deal, scoring 4 goals in 15 games, in the uncompleted 2011-12 Egyptian League. Shoukry has seen many European offers, especially from German duo FC Cologne and Hoffenheim. There are many rumors that he will move to Europe in the 2012 summer transfer window. Shoukry started 2013 with Al Ahly as a substitute, but after the arrival of Mohamed Youssef the new coach Shoukry was put in the starting line up against tel.bani Swuef and scored his first goal this season with Al Ahly from a shot the match after Shoukry was in the starting line up against Enpii and scored from a volley and played a match against Ghazl el Mahla but couldn't score and had chance in the post.
Shoukry was a regular member of Egypt U-20 National team and participate in 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt scoring 2 goals in the tournament and against Italy U-20 leading Egypt to a 4-2 win. After arriving late to France to join the Under-23 squad in their preparations for the 2012 Toulon Tournament, Shoukry ended up being benched for the entire tournament. After returning from France, he insulted the coaching staff and head coach Hany Ramzy in public television. He criticized his techniques and accused him of being unfair. Ramzy later omitted him from the squad stating that Shoukry would never play in the 2012 Olympics.