Intro Egyptian footballer
Association football player
Birth 15 May 1980, Egypt
Age: 40 years
Star sign Taurus
Ahmed Eid Abdel Malek (Arabic: أحمد عيد عبد الملك; born May 15, 1980) is an Egyptian footballer who is playing for Tala’ea El Geish in the Egyptian Premier League. He is known for his time at Haras El Hodood and Zamalek. He also played for national side Egypt. He is an Attacking midfielder.
Table of Contents
– Club career
– Early career
– Haras El Hodood
– National career
He started his career in Zamalek youth team and transferred to Aswan. He scored 5 goals in the 2003-04 Egyptian Premier League.
Haras El Hodood
He joined Alexandria’s side Haras El Hodood in 2004. In October 2008, the club won the Egyptian Cup after beating ENPPI on penalties in the final.
Eid is also famous for scoring the fastest goal in African football history, finding the net after only ten seconds of the 2006 CAF Confederations Cup game between Haras El Hedood and Guinean side Kalom.
He joined Zamalek in 2013.
After winning Egyptian Premier League, Eid announced on instagram that he will not continue his career in Zamalek. He was released from his contract.
He made his debut with Egyptian national team in 2005 against Uganda, He was included in the 2006 African Cup of Nations winning squad. The Haras Elhodood skipper found his form with the national team again during the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers where he scored 2 decisive goals in two consecutive games against DR Congo and Djibouti., He was included in the Egypt’s Squad in 2009 Confederations Cup, he was given no 10 after the dismiss of Emad Moteab due to injury.
Hassan Shehata, Egypt’s head coach, named Abdel Malek among the Egyptian squad that will defend its title in the 2010 African Cup of Nations .
– Egypt Cup: 2008-09, 2009–10
– Egyptian Super Cup: 2010
– Egyptian Premier League: 2014-15
– Egypt Cup: 2012-13, 2013–14
– African Cup of Nations: 2006, 2010