Ayman Shawky

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Ayman Shawky Kousowa / أيمن شوقي, born December 9, 1962 was an Egyptian International Striker who played most of his career with El-Ahly and a short spell with Al-Zamalek.

He is now a teacher and a coach at the Islamic Saudi Academy in Virginia, United States.

He participated in the 1990 World Cup in Italy.[1]

Clubs[edit]

  • Koroum (Egypt)
  • Ahly (Egypt)
  • Zamalek (Egypt)
  • Koroum (Egypt)[2]

Titles[edit]

Personal Titles

  • Egyptian League Top Scorer (1983/84) with Koroum Club[3][4]
  • Scored 15 goals in African Club Cups (4th highest all-time record)

For Ahly

  • 6 Egyptian League titles
  • 5 Egyptian Cup titles
  • 1 African Champions League title
  • 3 African Cup Winners' Cup titles
  • 1 Afro-Asian Cup titles

For Zamalek

  • 1 African Champions League title

References[edit]

  1. ^ Planet World Cup 1990 Egyptian Roster
  2. ^ http://digital.ahram.org.eg/articles.aspx?Serial=151174&eid=2315
  3. ^ EgyptSports.com Top Scorers
  4. ^ AngelFire.com League Scorers