Ahmed Eissa Elmohamady Abdel Fattah is an Egyptian footballer who plays as a right winger for Premier League club Sunderland. He is widely regarded as one of the future stars of Egyptian football. Elmohamady was part of the Egyptian squads that won the 2008 & 2010 African Nations Cups. Elmohamady started his youth career at Ghazl El-Mahalla in 2003 at the age of 17. In 2006, he moved to ENPPI and established himself as a striker as well as a right wing-back. Sunderland completed the permanent signing of Elmohamady after he spent the 2010-11 season on loan from ENPPI. During his time with the team, he won Man of the Match for his performances against Arsenal and Manchester City. After earning a permanent spot, Elmohamady started Sunderland's first league game of the 2011–12 season away to Liverpool and scored his first goal from a header for Sunderland in a 2–2 draw against West Bromwich Albion. On 30 August 2012, Elmohamady moved to Hull City of the Championship on a season-long loan deal.
Not Ramsey: Arsenal’s unsung hero could be key if unleashed against Hull City
The Arsenal juggernaut keeps ticking along at an increasingly ominous rate for the fellow title challengers ahead of Hull’s trip to the Emirates, and Kieran Gibbs can be the key man to ensure it continues. The likes of Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Özil, Olivier Giroud and Per Mertesacker are justifiably considered the key cavalry in firing [...]The post Not Ramsey: Arsenal’s Unsung Hero Could Be Key If Unleashed Against Hull appeared first on Squawka News.
Toffees host the Tigers this weekend but what’s the point?
Some sad news ahead of the weekend. Both Everton and Hull go into Saturday’s match-up in good form, upbeat about the rest of the season, but – and it’s not easy to say this – it makes absolutely no difference. Everton have only lost to Manchester City this season and Hull have supposedly done well [...]The post Toffees Host The Tigers This Weekend But What’s The Point? appeared first on Squawka News.