Ali Abo Greisha
Abou Greisha was voted by the readers of Jeune Afrique Africa's outstanding footballer for 1971. He played club football for Ismaily. He represented the Egypt national football team on several occasions, including participating in the 1970 and 1974 African Cup of Nations, where he scored a combined 7 goals.
Following his playing career, he became a coach for Ismaily.
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8th African footballer of the year by France Football 1972
Top scorer of Egyptian League 1966/67
Top scorer of African champions league 1969
1 Egyptian league title 1966/67
1 African champions league title 1969
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