Ibrahim Youssef

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Ibrahim Youssef Awadallah Arabic: إبراهيم يوسف‎‎ (1 January 1959 – 10 July 2013), nicknamed "Black Deer الغزال الأسمر" was an Egyptian football player.[1]

He played for Zamalek as a defender. He competed for Egypt at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.[2] He also played for the senior Egypt national football team.[3] He coached the National team U 17 years & Zamalek. He played for Egypt in Mediterranean Games 1983, where his team won a bronze medal, and the African Cup 1984.

Titles[edit]

Personal[edit]

  • Best Egyptian footballer several times
  • Best Libero in African cup 1984
  • 2nd place - African footballer of the year by France Football 1984
  • 3rd place - African footballer of the year by France Football 1985
  • Considered the best Libero in Egypt's history

For Egypt[edit]

  • All Africa Games Gold Medal 1987
  • Mediterranean Games Bronze Medal 1983

For Zamalek[edit]

  • Egyptian league title: 1983/84 & 1987/88
  • Egyptian Cup title: 1978/79 & 1987/88
  • African champions league title: 1984 & 1986
  • Afro-Asian Cup title: 1988

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zamalek legend Ibrahim Youssef passes away". En.starafrica.com. Retrieved 2013-07-12. 
  2. ^ "Ibrahim Youssef Biography and Statistics". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 2011-04-29. Retrieved 2009-07-25. 
  3. ^ Ibrahim YoussefFIFA competition record

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