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Khaled Bebo

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Place of birth  Suez, Egypt
1997-2000  Ismaily
Career start  1996
Playing position  Forward
Name  Khaled Bebo
Career end  2008
Years  Team
Role  Football player
Position  Forward
1996-1997  Suez
Height  1.82 m

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Date of birth  (1976-10-06) October 6, 1976 (age 39)
Similar People  Mahmoud El Khatib, Besheer El‑Tabei, Walid Salah El‑Din, Hussein Yasser, Ahmed Shobair

Khaled bebo good old days

Khaled El-Amin ((Arabic خالد بيبو); born October 6, 1976), known as Khaled Bebo, is an Egyptian former football striker.


Bebo is mostly famous for scoring 4 goals in Cairo Derby against Zamalek, in a game ended 6-1 on 16 May 2002. It is Zamalek's biggest derby loss since the commencement of the Egyptian league fixture in 1948. It is the first and only time in the history of the fixture that any player had achieved this feat.

He also scored 3 goals in the CAF Champions League 2001 2nd leg final against Mamelodi Sundowns in a game ended 3-0. Helping Al-Ahly to win the competition

International goals

Scores and results list Egypt's goal tally first:


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