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Place of birth  Egypt
Name  Mohamed Monsef
Position  Goalkeeper
Years  Team
Spouse  Lekaa Elkhamissi

Number  1
Height  1.89 m
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Footballer
Current team  ENPPI Club
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Full name  Mohamed Abdel Monsef Ahmed
Date of birth  (1977-02-06) 6 February 1977 (age 38)
Similar People  Lekaa Elkhamissi, Essam El‑Hadary, Hani Ramzi, Hany Ramzy, Yara Naoum

Mohamed Abdel Monsef (Arabic: محمد عبد المنصف‎‎; born 6 February 1977) is an Egyptian footballer. He currently plays as a goalkeeper for the Egyptian club ENPPI.

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Zamalek

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Abdel Monsef joined El Zamalek in 1999 from Dina Farms. His very best moments with El Zamalek were in 2008, during the Egyptian Cup Final. He defended his goal bravely and led his team to win its first title in four years.

Gouna

In July 2010 and to increase his chances of playing regularly, Abdel Monsef penned a two-year contract with Gouna. Gouna paid two million LE to Zamalek complete this transfer.

International career

Abdel Monsef has made several appearances for the Egypt national football team and was the second goalkeeper during the 2006 African Cup of Nations and the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations.

He retired from International football in 2008,having won 42 caps

Personal life

Mohamed Abdel Monsef is married to the Egyptian actress Leka' El-Khamisy.

Titles as a player

2 For Egypt
2 African Cup of Nations:

  • 2006 Africa Cup of Nations
  • 2008 Africa Cup of Nations
  • 14 For Zamalek
    3 Egyptian League titles (2000/2001 & 2002/2003 & 2003/2004)
    2 Egyptian Super Cup (2000/2001 & 2001/2002)
    3 Egyptian Cup Titles (1999/2000 & 2001/2002 & 2007/2008)
    1 African Cup Winners' Cup title (2000)
    1 African Champions League title (2002)
    1 African Super Cup title (2002)
    1 Arab Club Championship Title (2003)
    1 Egyptian Saudi Super Cup (2003)

    References

    Mohamed Abdel Monsef Wikipedia


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