Khaled El-Ghandour

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Khaled El-Ghandour
Personal information
Full name Khaled El-Ghandour
Date of birth (1970-07-27) 27 July 1970 (age 46)
Place of birth Egypt
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986-1997 El-Zamalek
1997-1998 Kazma
1998-2004 El-Zamalek
2004-2005 El-Tersana
National team
1992 Egypt U-23
1992 Egypt Olympic[1] 2
1994 Egypt 3

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Khaled El-Ghandour (Arabic:خالد الغندور) (born 27 July 1970) is an Egyptian football Midfielder and Club El-Zamalek، One of the most leader of the team win trophies in the history of El-Zamalek. El-Ghandour scored many goals during his career, as that of the professional Ghandour short trip in the club Kazma and he ending his career in El-Tersana.[2]




Activity Information[edit]

Participate during playing football in the provision of some episodes on the Nile Variety channel, then turn El-Ghandour Media Sports and achieved little success in season 2006/2007 in his Gul FM radio, and finally presents the sports program "Sports Day".

Artistic activity[edit]

Known him love to participate in films and programs that are not sport his friendship with some of the artists, directors and employees in the right film and television took part in a program in Al–Wade on the screen of LBC, and appeared as a guest of honor at the movies Sokoot...Ha Ensawwar, Bahebbak Wana Kaman and Al Hassa Al Sab'a and the series of Lahazat Harega and the series El Kabeer Awy and serials Sitcom Ragel we Set Setat and Hramt ya Baba, and represent the first role was in the movie Zay El Hawa.


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