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    That kind of violence at sporting events is horrible. Any fans who threaten physical violence should never be allowed to go to a game. Unfortunately, it probably all starts with alcohol. ...awful. The same kind of thing happens in the US in high schools and colleges a lot. Mojado, I'm sure you see it the Mexican soccer leagues. It's just awful.
    "I really like the attitudes of eagles. They never give up. When they grab a fish or something else, they never let it go. It doesn't matter. In a book, they write they find a skeleton of [an] eagle and there is no fish. It means that the fish beat him and killed him, but he didn't let go." -- Donatas Motiejunas

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    That guy with the sword is on life support, you we're right.
    Anyway, things like that happened in Algeria (Gabe Muoneke's blog describes it best) and in Morocco (where the league finals ended in a huge fight in the standings and on the court) too...

    Its totally b*llsh*t to fight other so called "fans" for nothing, its like being in a street gang, we have that in California and the whole U.S. , El Salvador and other countries...there they fight other gangs over drugs, in Europe and Africa they fight for.....what ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojado
    That guy with the sword is on life support, you we're right.
    Anyway, things like that happened in Algeria (Gabe Muoneke's blog describes it best) and in Morocco (where the league finals ended in a huge fight in the standings and on the court) too...

    Its totally b*llsh*t to fight other so called "fans" for nothing, its like being in a street gang, we have that in California and the whole U.S. , El Salvador and other countries...there they fight other gangs over drugs, in Europe and Africa they fight for.....what ?
    we are not like the morrocains or the algerians

    this events are new in our peaceful country
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    Super league finals starts on saturday. Itthad finished the 22nd round on the top with 3 defeats, Gezira came second with 4 defeats , Sporting and Zamalek came 3rd and 4th with 5 defeats ,Ahly came 5th with 6 defeats while Somouha was the last team who went to the finals. Itthad,Gezira,Sporting,Zamlek seems having the same chances to win the league while history adds Ahly to the competition. Ahly was hurt by the the club board decision not allowing the team to import a player but Ashraf Tawfeek is the type of coaches that never gave up easily. Somuha almost have no chances to win the league but they will hurt big teams at their home court

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    1-ittihad alex
    mohanad alsabagh (5,11)pg
    ahmed zidan (6,2) pg
    mohamed oraby (6,2) pg
    ahmed alsabagh (6,3) sg
    amir elfannan (6,3) sg
    nour emad (6,4) sg
    yasser moubarak (6,6) pg-sg
    moamen abo eleneen (6,7)sf
    ahmed eljazaar (6,7) sf
    waleed fouad (6,6) pf
    ramy ibrahim (6,7) pf
    haitham kamal (6,10)c-pf
    derrick franklin (6,10) c-pf ----import
    ashraf rabee (6,10) c
    ahmed sedik (7,0) c

    2-geziera
    mahmud mohamed (6,0) pg
    ramu guinedy (6,1) pg
    hasan abo bakr (6,0) pg
    Danny Johnson (6,3) pg ---- import
    sherief guinedy (6,1) sg
    khaled hamdy (6,1) sg
    khaled elkadi (6,4) sg
    hesham amr (6,5) sf
    mohamed kerdani (6,5) sf
    abd alaal darwish (6,7) sf
    mohamed samir (6,5) pf
    ahmed sakr (6,9) c-pf
    taha elsiad (6,11)c-pf
    mohamed zain (6,10) c-pf
    ibrahim eladawy (7,0) c

    3- sporting alex

    -leslie chauncy (6,3)) pg import
    -ahmed saaid (5,8) pg
    -ahmed hesham (6,2) sg - pg
    -ahmed mounir (6,1)sg
    -haitham osama (6,4) sf
    -mohamed said (6,6) sf
    -ahmed rabee (6,7) pf
    -mohamed salah (6,9) pf
    -mustafa canada (6,10) c -pf
    -ayman telwany (6,9) pf
    -mohamed khorshed (6,9) c
    -marawan khoshed (6,11) c
    -hossam elwakil (7,1) c


    4- zamalek
    -osama sayed (6,1) pg
    -ahmed fawzy (5,11) pg
    -wael badr (6,4) pg
    -haitham said (6,2) sg
    -ahmed khaled (6,4) sg
    -amr abd elghany (6,2) sg
    -hoseny samir (6,4) sf
    -haitham saharty (6,6) sf
    -mohamed saharty (6,7) pf
    -tarek said (6,7) pf
    -marvin black6,7) pf -sf import
    -ahmed oraby (6,9) c -pf
    -mohamed sharawy (6,10) c
    -samir gouda (7,2) c


    5- ahly

    -mohamed elgarhy (6,0) pg
    -mohamed jad(5,9) pg
    -ibrahim abo khadra (6,2) pg
    -islam ali (6,1) sg
    -sherief ali (6,1) sg
    -karim diefallah (6,0) sg
    -ibrahim elgamal (6,2) sg
    -rami diasti (6,4) sf
    -mohamed bassioni (6,3) sf-sg
    -mustafa shafee (6,5)sf
    -ehab alfy (6,9) pf-sf
    -sherief diasty (6,6) pf
    -karim shamsia (6,6) pf
    -ahmed yousef (6,8) c-pf
    -george nassim (6,11) c-pf
    -mustafa shawaat (6,9) c
    -tarek elghannam (7,0) c
    -mohamed adly rashed(7,0) c


    6- smouha

    -essam gamal(6,1)
    -muhamed mustafa rezk(6,2) sg
    -tamer mustafa(6,2) sg
    -tamer abd alraouf(6,4) sg-sf
    -islam fathy (6,6) pf
    -ahmed tolba (6,8) sf-pf
    -mohamed abd alazim (6,7) c-pf
    -ahmed abou zahra (6,7) pf
    -waleed abd elkader (6,8) c - pf
    -shaaban abd elwahab (7,1) c
    -american import (7,1) c ------import

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    Who is Smouha's import player?

    I guess it's a little obvious to guess that Itthad is the favorite to win, but "many is the slip between the cup and the lip." Who do you want to win, Solimon?
    "I really like the attitudes of eagles. They never give up. When they grab a fish or something else, they never let it go. It doesn't matter. In a book, they write they find a skeleton of [an] eagle and there is no fish. It means that the fish beat him and killed him, but he didn't let go." -- Donatas Motiejunas

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvblair
    Who is Smouha's import player?

    I guess it's a little obvious to guess that Itthad is the favorite to win, but "many is the slip between the cup and the lip." Who do you want to win, Solimon?
    his name is honbry or somthing like that !! anyway he is a great devensive player

    all the teams(except smouha)can hit the title , im an ahly fan but i think zamalek is the favorites
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    itthad - smouha 93-90
    jaziera - ahly 77-75
    zamalek - sporting 96-81

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    Quote Originally Posted by soliman
    itthad - smouha 93-90
    jaziera - ahly 77-75
    zamalek - sporting 96-81
    2 very close games and one 15-point victory. It's good to see some intense competition in Egypt!!
    "I really like the attitudes of eagles. They never give up. When they grab a fish or something else, they never let it go. It doesn't matter. In a book, they write they find a skeleton of [an] eagle and there is no fish. It means that the fish beat him and killed him, but he didn't let go." -- Donatas Motiejunas

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    sporting - smouha 85-74
    ahly - itthad 66-65
    geziera - zamalek 79-69

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    3rd round

    geziera - smouha 80-78
    zamalek - ahly 88-77
    itthad - sporting 110-105

    1-geziera 3-0
    2-itthad 2-1
    3-zamalek 2-1
    4-sporting 1-2
    5-ahly 1-2
    6-smouha 0-3
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    4th round

    ahly - smouha 84-80
    itthad - zamalek 91-87
    jeziera - sporting 72-71

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    smouha 63
    (tamer abel raouf 18pts - 6stl-3assi-10 reb !!!-tmer mustafa 20pts \brewer hondry 5pts -8 reb -4 blks
    geziera 62
    (sherif guniedy 17 pts - 3 stl \ ahmed sakr 8pts - 9 reb)



    ahly 99
    ( mustafa shafee 21pts - 3 stl - 4reb \sherief ali 16pts \terk elghanam 4 pts -11 reb - 2blks)
    itthad 90
    (amir fannan 25 pts- yasser moubarak 12 pts -ahraf rabee 11pts - 6 reb)

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    Quote Originally Posted by soliman
    (tamer abel raouf 18pts - 6stl-3assi-10 reb !!!
    Wow! How old is Raouf? Is he young enough to call him the Second Coming of Andrei Kirilenko?
    "I really like the attitudes of eagles. They never give up. When they grab a fish or something else, they never let it go. It doesn't matter. In a book, they write they find a skeleton of [an] eagle and there is no fish. It means that the fish beat him and killed him, but he didn't let go." -- Donatas Motiejunas

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvblair
    Wow! How old is Raouf? Is he young enough to call him the Second Coming of Andrei Kirilenko?

    not even close !! he is not that young maybe 25 or 26
    Last edited by rikhardur; 05-19-2008 at 06:14 PM.

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    (lucky)zamalek82
    (wael badr 26pts- 4assi - 5stl -6 reb \ marvin black 22pts - 6 reb
    sporting 81
    (leslie chauncy 30 pts -2 assi - 5reb \ahmed mounir 18pts - 4reb \ mohamed khorchid 6pts - 10 reb \ahmed hisham 17 pts )

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    geziera 88
    (khaled ali 20pts - 5stl \ sherief gunidi 17pts - 3stl - 3 reb\ mohamed kirdani 16 pts - 4stl)
    sporting 81
    (mohamed hafez 22pts \ ahmed mounir 21pts - 6reb \hossam alwakil 16 pts - 8reb -1 blk)


    zamalek 94
    (marvin black 30pts - 11 reb - 4assi \ haitham elsaaid 19 pts - 4reb \ tarek saaid 11pts - reb - wael badr 9pts - 11assi - 7reb)
    ithad 84
    (muhanad sabagh 20pts \ yasser saaid 15pts -rami ibrahim 8 pts- 7reb - 1 blk)



    smouha 60
    (tamer mustafa 18 pts - 4 stl - 2 assi - 3 reb\ islam fathy 11pts- 6 reb -tamer absel raouf 10 pts -6 reb -\brewer hondry 9pts -10 reb -4 blk)
    ahli 57
    (tarek elghanam 9 pts- 7 reb -4blk\ mustafa shawaat 8pts -6reb - 2blk\ sherief ali 11pts \ mohamed garhy 10pts)

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    zamalek 81
    (ahmed khaled 16pts - 4reb \marvin black 15pts - 9reb \ hoseny samer 12pts -6 reb\ wael badr 11pts -5assi -4 stl - 6reb \haitham saaid 14pts)
    smouha 60
    (tamer mustafa 25 pts - 5reb \brewer hondry 3pts - 8reb - 1blk)


    geziera 72
    ( ahmed sakr 17pts - 6reb \sherief gunide 12pts - 3stl \ ibrahim adawy 7pts - 3blk )
    ahly 55
    (mustafa shawaat 15 pts- 6 reb - 2blk \mohamed garhy 12 pts - 6reb)




    itthad 111
    (muhanad sabagh 30 pts - 2assi - 4reb\ yasser saaid 25pts -2 assi- 4stl -3reb\ derrick franklin 20 pts - 11 reb - 2blk \ rami ibrahim 19 pts -4 reb)
    sporting 108
    (ahmed mounir 27pts - 8reb - 3assi \leslie chauncy 26pts \ mohamed hafez 15pts \hisham taman 13pts - 6reb \ ahmed hisham 12pts \ mohamed khorshed 6pts - 13 reb - 2blk )

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    Hi, I'm new here. I would greatly appreciate any information on how much players make playing in the Egyptian Super League. How much does an American import make? How much would an American who has an Egyptian passport make since he wouldn't count as an import? Any information as to how everything works is welcome. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wf5
    How much would an American who has an Egyptian passport make since he wouldn't count as an import? Any information as to how everything works is welcome. Thanks
    do you know any one of them ????

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