2009–10 Al-Ahly S.C. season

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Al-Ahly
2009–10 season
Chairman Egypt Hassan Hamdy
Manager Egypt Hossam El-Badry
Egyptian Premier League 1st
Egypt Cup 2010 Round of 16
Egyptian Super Cup 2009 Runners-up
CAF Champions League Semi-finals
Home colours
Away colours

The 2009–10 season is Al-Ahly's 53rd season in the Egyptian Premier League. Al-Ahly will be looking to defend their fifth title in row.

Pre-season friendlies[edit]

Al-Ahly announced their six matches fixtures of their 2009 pre-season will be in Germany and England,[1] On 3 July 2009 Al-Ahly played their first pre-season match in Gelsenkirchen, Germany against FC Gelsenkirchen [2] On 3 July 2009 Al-Ahly played their first match of Zayton Cup against Turkish side Galatasaray, After 3 days they played German side Bayer 04 Leverkusen, The last match was on 11 July 2009 against Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca,[3] After their match against Haras El Hodood in Egyptian Super Cup, Al-Ahly's 23 players were in London to play in The Wembley Cup 2009 against Celtic and Barcelona on 24 and 26 July.

Date Opponents H / A Result
F - A
Scorers
3 July 2009 FC Gelsenkirchen A Gelsenkirchen 5 - 0 3 Ahmed 'Manga' Nabil, Hany El-Agazy, Osama Hosny
5 July 2009 Galatasaray A LTU Arena 0 - 1 Barış Özbek (P) 33'
24 July 2009 Bayer 04 Leverkusen A LTU Arena 0 - 2 Burak Kaplan 3', Tranquillo Barnetta 90'
11 July 2009 Wydad Casablanca A LTU Arena 2 - 0 Mostafa Shebeita (P) 40', Mohamed Samir (P) 52'
24 July 2009 Celtic A Wembley 0 - 5 Massimo Donati 31', Scott McDonald 2 38'(P) 59', Shaun Maloney 49', Chris Killen 83'
26 July 2009 Barcelona A Wembley 1 - 4 Bojan Krkic 16', Hany El-Agazy 31', José Manuel Rueda 41', Jeffrén Suárez 56', Pedro Rodríguez 67'

Egyptian Super Cup[edit]

As the Egyptian Premier League 2008–09 champions, Al-ahly kicked off the 2009–10 season with the traditional match in the Egyptian Super Cup against 2009 Egypt Cup champion Haras El Hodood on 21 July 2009

Date Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers
21 July 2009 Haras El Hodood N 0 - 2 Ahmed Hassan Mekky 5', Ahmed Abdel-Ghani 85'

Egyptian Premier League[edit]

Al-Ahly's opening game of the Egyptian Premier League 2009–10 were fixture on 6 August 2009 against Ghazl El-Mehalla, Al-Ahly's coach Hossam El-Badry who took over at the club following the departure of Portuguese Manuel José at the end of last season and employed an unfamiliar 4-4-2 formation. Despite the bad opening of the season in the super cup defeat against Haras El Hodood Al-Ahly beat Ghazl El-Mehalla 2-0, Ahmed Hassan open scoring after 40' minutes and Francis Doe makes it two in the 66' minutes on his Egyptian Premier League debut,[4] This was followed up by a narrow 2–1 win over Ittihad El-Shorta in an Un-broadcasting match due to Broadcasting problems on 19 August. Former Ahly player Ahmed Galal scores the first goal of the game after 31' minutes, 4 minutes later Ahly's player Ahmed Hassan scores the equalizer, the second-half substitute Hussein Yasser scored Al-Ahly's second goal in the 80' minutes to secure ahly's second win of the season.[5]

On 23 August Al-Ahly plays their third match of the season against Haras El Hodood in a 1-1 darw, Haras El Hodood player Ahmed Salama scores the opener in the 69' minutes and Ahmed Hassan scores the equalizer in the 78' minutes of the game.[6]

Date Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers League
position
6 August 2009 Ghazl El-Mehalla H 2 – 0 Ahmed Hassan 40', Francis Doe 60' 2nd
19 August 2009 Ittihad El-Shorta A 1 – 2 Ahmed Galal 31', Ahmed Hassan 34', Hussein Yasser 80' 2nd
23 August 2009 Haras El Hodood H 1 – 1 Ahmed Salama 69', Ahmed Hassan 78' 2nd
Pos Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1 Al-Ahly 15 10 5 0 22 8 +14 35
2 Petrojet 15 8 5 2 24 14 +10 29
3 Ismaily 15 7 7 1 18 12 +6 28

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Group Stage[edit]

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Algeria JS Kabylie 6 4 2 0 6 2 +4 14
Egypt Al-Ahly 6 2 2 2 8 9 −1 8
Egypt Ismaily 6 2 0 4 7 8 −1 6
Nigeria Heartland 6 1 2 3 5 7 −2 5

18 July 2010
15:00 UTC+1
Heartland Nigeria 1 – 1 Egypt Al-Ahly
Bello Musa Kofarmata Goal 49' Report Mohamed Aboutrika Goal 75' (pen.)
Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri
Referee: Badara Diatta (Senegal)

1 August 2010
20:30 UTC+3
Al-Ahly Egypt 2 – 1 Egypt Ismaily
Mohamed Talaat Goal 58'
Wael Gomaa Goal 90+3'
Mohamed AbougrishaGoal 80'
Cairo Stadium, Cairo
Referee: Koman Coulibaly (Mali)


29 August 2010
21:30 UTC+2
Al-Ahly Egypt 1 – 1 Algeria JS Kabylie
Gedo Goal 22' Saad Tedjar Goal 29'
Cairo Stadium, Cairo
Referee: Kaoma Wellington (Zambia)

12 September 2010
20:00 UTC+3
Al-Ahly Egypt 2 – 1 Nigeria Heartland
Ahmed Fathy Goal 20'
Mohamed Fadl Goal 48'
Emmanuel Nwachi Goal 56'
Cairo Stadium, Cairo
Referee: Amanuel Ayob Russom (Eritrea)


Semi-Finals[edit]

3 October 2010
19:30 UTC+2
Al-Ahly Egypt 2 – 1 Tunisia Espérance ST
Ashour YC 34'
Fadl Goal 38'
Shehab El Din YC 52'
Fathy Goal 68'
Ayman Bin Amor YC 36'
Hechri YC 71'
Darragi Goal 72'
Cairo Stadium, Cairo
Referee: El Raay Adel (Libya)

17 October 2010
19:30 UTC+1
Espérance ST Tunisia 1 – 0 Egypt Al-Ahly
Eneramo Goal 1'
TraouiYC 63'
DarragiYC 75'
Ashour YC 11'
Sherif Abdel-Fadil YC 28'
Barakat Red card 30'
Gomaa YC 34'
Ghaly YC 52'
Stade 7 November, Rades
Referee: Joseph Lamptey (Ghana)

Ahly 2–2 Espérance on aggregate. Espérance won on away goals rule and advances to the 2010 CAF Champions League final.

2009–2010 Squad[edit]

As September 12, 2009. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Egypt GK Amir Abdelhamid
2 Egypt DF Mohamed Samir
3 Egypt MF Wael Shafik
4 Egypt DF Ateya El-Belqasy
5 Egypt DF Ahmad El-Sayed
6 Egypt DF Sherif Abdel-Fadil
7 Egypt FW Mohamed Fadl
8 Egypt MF Mohamed Barakat
9 Egypt FW Emad Moteab
10 Egypt FW Ahmed Belal (Captain)
12 Angola MF Gilberto
14 Egypt DF Sayed Moawad
15 Egypt DF Ahmed Ali
16 Egypt FW Mohamed Talaat
17 Egypt MF Ahmed Hassan
18 Egypt FW Osama Hosny (Vice-captain)
No. Position Player
19 Egypt DF Abdullah Farouk
20 Egypt DF Mohamed Khalaf
21 State of Palestine GK Ramzi Saleh
22 Egypt MF Mohamed Aboutrika
23 Egypt MF Mostafa Shebeita
24 Egypt MF Ahmed Fathy
25 Egypt MF Hossam Ashour
26 Egypt DF Wael Gomaa
27 Egypt MF Moataz Eno
28 Egypt GK Ahmed Adel Abd El-Moneam
29 Liberia FW Francis Doe
30 Egypt FW Hany El-Agazy
31 Algeria MF Amir Sayoud
Egypt MF Alaa Shaaban

Transfers[edit]

  • Players in / out

In[edit]

Date Pos. Name From Fee / Note
13 May 2009 DF Egypt Mohamed Khalaf Egypt Al-Nasr Cairo
15 May 2009 DF Egypt Wael Shafik Egypt Semouha
22 May 2009 DF Egypt Ateya El-Belqasy Egypt Olympi Undisclosed
31 May 2009 FW Egypt Mohamed Fadl Egypt Ismaily Free agent
23 June 2009 MF Algeria Amir Saayoud United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli Dubai Undisclosed
25 June 2009 MF Egypt Alaa Shaaban Egypt El Hammam Undisclosed
01 July 2009 FW Egypt Emad Moteab Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad Loan return
14 July 2009 FW Liberia Francis Doe United States D.C. United Undisclosed
31 July 2009 DF Egypt Sherif Abdel-Fadil Egypt Ismaily €0.2m + Ahmad Sedik
1 January 2010 GK Egypt Sherif Ekramy Egypt El Gouna

Out[edit]

Date Pos. Name To Fee / Note
25 May 2009 DF Egypt Abdel Hamid Ahmed Egypt El Gouna Loan return
1 June 2009 FW Angola Flávio Amado Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab €2.75m
4 June 2009 DF Egypt Emad El-Nahhas Retired
4 June 2009 DF Egypt Shady Mohamed Egypt Ittihad Free agent
16 June 2009 DF Egypt Ramy Adel Egypt El Gouna Undisclosed
16 June 2009 FW Egypt Ahmed Hassan Farag Egypt El-Shorta €0.25m
24 June 2009 MF Egypt Hassan Mostafa Egypt Zamalek Free agent
25 June 2009 MF Egypt Hussein Ali Egypt El Gouna €0.25m
31 July 2009 MF Egypt Ahmad Sedik Egypt Ismaily In Sherif Abdel-Fadil deal
27 January 2010 MF Qatar Hussein Yasser Egypt Zamalek Free agent

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