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Al-Mokawloon al-Arab

Al-Mokawloon Al-Arab
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Full name Arab Contractors Sporting Club
Nickname(s) Mountain Wolves
Founded 1973;  (1973)
Ground Arab Contractors Stadium
Nasr City, Egypt
Ground Capacity 35,000
Owner Arab Contractors
Chairman Ibrahim Mahlab
Manager Mohamed Radwan
League Egyptian Premier League
2010-11 16th
Home colours
Away colours

Arab Contractors Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي المقاولون العرب الرياضي‎) known as Nadi Al-Moqaweloon Al-Arab or Al-Mokawloon Al-Arab is an Egyptian football club based in Nasr City, Cairo. Founded in 1973, the club is owned by the construction and engineering contracting company, The Arab Contractors. It plays in the Egyptian Premier League.

History

The 1983 championship club included Joseph-Antoine Bell (Cameroon), Karim Abdul Razak (Ghana) and Ishmael Dyfan (Sierra Leone). Famous Egyptian players on the team included Aly Shehata, Mohammed Radwan, Hamdy Nouh and Nasser Mohammed Aly.

Achievements

1982, 1983, 1996

First Egyptian Team to win this Championship.

Finalist : 1996
Finalist : 1991
1983
1990, 1995, 2004
2004

Performance in CAF competitions

1982 - Champion
1983 - Champion
1984 - Semi-Finals
1991 - Quarter-Finals
1996 - Champion
1997 - Quarter-Finals
2005 - Group Stage

Domestic Competitions

Egyptian Clubs Competitions
Year League Position Egypt Cup Super Cup
2000–01 Premier League 8 Quarterfinals
2001-02 5 Quarterfinals Runner-up
2002–03 12 Round of 16
2003-04 Second Division Winner Winner
2004-05 1 Round of 16
2005–06 Premier League 9 Round of 16
2006–07 8 Round of 16
2007–08 12 Semifinals
2008–09 10 Round of 16
2009–10 11 Quarterfinals
2010–11 16 Semifinals
2011–12 not finished not held
2012–13 not finished


Current Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Egypt DF Hamada El Sayed
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Ahmed Gafić
4 Romania MF Jachub Tiol
5 Spain MF Pablo Almerdiañios
6 Sweden MF Majkil Jansson
7 Egypt FW Adnan Hasse
9 Nigeria FW Musa Kabiru
10 Egypt FW Abdulkarim Ziadi
11 Egypt FW Ahmed Galal
12 Egypt MF Ibrahim El Hamalawi
14 Libya MF Ibrahim El Haasy
16 Nigeria DF Tigana Shamselden
18 Egypt MF Mohamed Adel
No. Position Player
21 Egypt MF Basem Ali
28 Egypt DF Mahmoud Ezzat
30 Egypt FW Mohammed Farouk
35 Egypt FW Mohamed El Desouki
37 Egypt DF Ali Fathi
38 Egypt MF Said Shaaban
44 Egypt GK Ahmed Behiry
59 Brazil DF Nalderson
66 Portugal FW Cristiano Péréz
76 Slovenia MF Zlatko Menteč
79 Latvia MF Allvaro Șașariș

Notable players

Managers

  • Egypt Hassan Shehata (2004–05)
  • Egypt Ghanem Sultan (2005)
  • Egypt Mohamed Radwan (2005–06)
  • Egypt Taha Basry (2006–07)
  • Egypt Alaa' Nabeel (2007–08)
  • Egypt Mohamed Radwan (May 2008–May 09)
  • Egypt Mohamed Amer (May 2009–Aug 10)
  • Egypt Hamza El Gamal (Aug 2010–Nov 10)
  • Serbia Ivica Todorov (Nov 2010–April 11)
  • Egypt Mohamed Radwan (April 2011–Jan 12)
  • Egypt Talaat Youssef (Jan 2012–1?)
  • Egypt Mohamed Abdel-Samiea (201?–March 13)
  • Egypt Hamdi Nouh (March 2013)
  • Egypt Mohamed Radwan (March 2013–)

External links

  • Team profile - kooora.com
  • Team profile - footballogue.com

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