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|Full name||Hassan Mostafa Hassan Abdel Rahman
(Arabic:حسن مصطفى حسن عبد الرحمن)
|Date of birth||November 20, 1979|
|Place of birth||Giza, Egypt|
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Defensive Midfielder|
|2007–2008||→ Al-Wahda (loan)||23||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22 February 2007.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 24 June 2008
Hassan Mostafa (Arabic: حسن مصطفى) (born November 20, 1979) is a retired Egyptian footballer. He played as a Defensive midfielder position for Egypt's club El Dakhleya and Egyptian National Team. He is currently director of football at Al-Masry SC.
He began his career with Ahly youth team academy, Hassan can't reserve his place at El Ahly's squad. In 2000 Hassan has joined Alexandria's giant Al-Ittihad, Hassan Spend three seasons in Al Ittihad and has called up for Egyptian national team, after that Hassan return to his home El Ahly.
In 2003, he returned to Cairo's El Ahly. Hassan is famous for his hard work and speed. It is also hard for any competitive attacker to pass through him. He also has many attempts on the goal, and scored 4 goals in the Egyptian League (2005–2006) for Al-Ahly.Hassan is an outstanding midfielder who is a regular contributor to both his club and country's success. He played a large role in Ahly winning the CAF Champions League 2005 and CAF Champions League 2006. He appeared for Egypt five times during their campaign in the African Cup of Nations Egypt 2006, although all his appearances were as a substitute.
Loan to Al-Wahda
In 2007 signed a one-season loan to Saudi side Al-Wahda. scoring a goal within this season. He returned to El Ahly and cannot to play in the starting 11 of El Ahly, and spent all 2008–2009 season on the bench. In 2009 Ahly set him as free.
In Summer 2009 Hassan Joined El Ahly's Rivals Zamalek for free and signed a three-season deal.
- Winner of African Cup of Nations Egypt 2006 playing for Egypt.
- Winner of African Cup of Nations Ghana 2008 playing for Egypt.
- Bronze Medalist at FIFA Club World Cup 2006.
- 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 2007.
- Winner of African Super Cup 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian Soccer Cup 2007.
- Winner of Egyptian Soccer Cup 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2007.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2006.
- Winner of Egyptian Super Cup 2005.
- Hassan Mostafa at National-Football-Teams.com