Mohamed Salah Abo Greisha

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Mohamed Salah Abo Greisha (محمد صلاح أبو جريشه) (born 11 January 1970) is an Egyptian international striker. He is one of the most popular players to Ismaily of Egypt. He won 4 titles out of 6 titles Ismaily won through history. He was the Egyptian League top scorer for 1995/1996.[1]

Honours[edit]

  • Egyptian League Top Scorer (1995/1996)
  • Scored 86 goals in Egyptian League
  • Scored 15 Goals in Egyptian Cup
  • Scored 6 Goals in African Club Cups
  • Scored 2 Goals in Arab Club Cups

Current Club
Ismaily (Egypt)

Previous Clubs

  • Tadamon (Kuwait)
  • Sawahel "Border Guards" (Egypt)
  • Ismaily (Egypt)

Played for Egyptian National Team in

  • Olympic Games 1992[2]
  • African Cup of Nations in 1992, 1994 & 1996 (2 games)

4 Titles for Ismaily[edit]

  • 2 Egyptian League titles (1990/91 & 2001/02)
  • 2 Egyptian Cup titles (1996/97 & 1999/00)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Abdel-Tawab, Nashwa (5 February 2004). "The Egyptian football gene". Al Ahram Weekly. Retrieved 30 April 2009. 
  2. ^ "Mohamed Salah Ibrahim Biography and Statistics". Sports Reference. Retrieved 6 August 2009. 

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