|Full name||Emad El-Nahhas|
|Date of birth||February 15, 1976|
|Place of birth||Minya, Egypt|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Centre-back , Sweeper/libero|
|2009-Present||Al-Ahly Football Director Assistant|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 July 2006.
† Appearances (Goals).
Emad El Nahhas (Arabic: عماد النحاس) (born February 15, 1976) is an Egyptian footballer. He plays in defense for Egypt's African Super Cup Championship club el-Ahly. He is also an Egyptian international, but missed out on the African Cup of Nations Egypt 2006 through injury.
El-Nahhas is noted for his skill; although he plays as a defender, he scored 8 goals for el-Ahly in the Egyptian League in the 2005-2006 season. He scored three of them against Al-Ittihad Al-Iskandary, a game which ended 6-0 for el-Ahly. He scored a skillful goal against Renacimiento FC in CAF Champions League 2006 in a 4-0 win, and scored again in the Egyptian Cup final against Al-Zamalek, a 3-0 victory for el-Ahly.
He is also famous for his good manners and trustworthiness in the field.
- Bronze Medalist at FIFA Club World Cup 2006.
- Winner of CAF Champions League 2008.
- Winner of CAF Champions League 2006.
- Winner of CAF Champions League 2005.
- Winner of Egyptian League(2008–2009).
- Winner of Egyptian League(2007–2008).
- Winner of Egyptian League (2006–2007).
- Winner of Egyptian League (2005–2006).
- Winner of Egyptian League (2004–2005).
- Winner of African Super Cup 2009.
- Winner of African Super Cup 2007.
- Winner of African Super Cup 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian Soccer Cup 2007.
- Winner of Egyptian Soccer Cup 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2008.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2007.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2005.
- Emad El-Nahhas – FIFA competition record
- El-Nahhas's goal against Renacimiento in African Champions League 2006
- El-Nahhas's goal against Al-Ittihad Al-Iskandary in Egyptian League 2005-2006
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