Abdel Halim Ali
||Abdel Halim Ali Abdel Halim
(Arabic:عبد الحليم علي عبد الحليم)
|Date of birth
October 24, 1973 |
|Place of birth
||1.87 m (6 ft 1 1⁄2 in)
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Abdel Halim Ali (Arabic : عبد الحليم علي ) is an Egyptian footballer.
Ali currently plays for the Egyptian side El Zamalek as well as the Egypt national football team. He was a member of the Egypt squad in the 2006 African Cup of Nations which Egypt was the champion. He made three appearances for Egypt at the 2000 African Cup of Nations finals.
- He announced his retirement at the end of season (2008–2009)
- He is now the assistant coach for the Zamalek first team from the start of season (2009–2010).
Goal Scoring Abilities
- He scored Zamalek's winner to clinch the Egyptian Cup title 2001/2002.
- He scored 77 Goals for Zamalek in the Egyptian League First Division.
- He scored 14 Goals for Zamalek in the Egyptian Cup.
- He has the alltime scoring record for El Zamalek in the Egyptian Premier League (80 Goals).
- He has the alltime scoring record for El Zamalek in African Club Cups (23 Goals).
- He has the alltime scoring record for El Zamalek in Arab Club Cups (13 Goals).
- Egyptian League Top Scorer 2003/2004 (20 Goals)
- Nominated for CAF best televised goal of the year 2002
- El Zamalek ALL-Time top goal scorer with 131 goals
With El Zamalek
12 Titles with El Zamalek: