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Samir Kamouna

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Full name  Samir Ibrahim Kamouna
Years  Team
Position  Defender
1990–1992  Al-Moqaweloon
Height  1.78 m
Playing position  Defender
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Cairo, Egypt
Name  Samir Kamouna

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Date of birth  (1972-04-02) 2 April 1972 (age 43)
Team coached  El Raja Marsa Matruh (Manager)

Samir Ibrahim Kamouna Arabic: سمير كمونة‎‎ (born 2 April 1972 in Cairo) is a retired Egyptian professional football player and international defender. He last played for Petrojet Club.


Club career

Kamouna had a spell in German Bundesliga with 1. FC Kaiserslautern, and in the Turkish Super Lig with Bursaspor. His best performance in Egypt was while playing for Al-Ahly.

International career

Kamouna received his first international cap against Ethiopia on 4 June 1995.

Kamouna played for Egypt in two African Cups of Nations, 1996 African Cup of Nations and 1998 African Cup of Nations. He scored in the first, and Egypt won the latter. He then participated in 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup and scored twice.

Samir Kamouna has 36 Caps with 8 goals.

International Goals

Scores and results list Egypt's goal tally first.


For National Team

  • 1998 African Cup of Nations - Winner
  • 1991 African Youth Cup of Nations - Winner
  • Participated in 1991 FIFA World Youth Championship
  • For Mekawleen

  • 1 Egypt Cup title 1994/95
  • For Ahly

  • 2 Egyptian League titles 1996/97 & 1997/98
  • 2 Arab Super Cup titles 1997 & 1998
  • 1 Egypt Cup title 2002/2003
  • References

    Samir Kamouna Wikipedia

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