Ahmed El Mohamady

Born on 9th September 1987, Ahmed Elmohamady is an Egyptian international who plays for Aston Villa. He began his career in Egypt with the ENPPI and Malhalla clubs before being signed by Sunderland manager Steve Bruce, initially on loan in July 2010 and then permanently for £2m in July 2011. The pacy right-sided player, who can operate as a conventional full-back, wing-back for midfielder, then signed for Bruce again at Hull City on a season-long loan in August 2012. After helping the Tigers to win promotion to the Premier League in 2012/13, he moved permanently to the Tigers in July 2013, starting the 2014 FA Cup final 3-2 defeat to Arsenal, before returning to Wembley in 2016 for the Championship play-off final to help the club win promotion to the Premier League for a second time. Elmohamady has over 70 caps for Egypt African Cup of Nations winning squads in 2008 and 2010 and played two matches at the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa.

 Position:
Full Back
  Country:
Egypt
  Age:
32
  Birth Place:
Basyoun
  Preferred Foot:
Right
 Position:
Full Back
  Country:
Egypt
  Age:
32
  Birth Place:
Basyoun
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Born on 9th September 1987, Ahmed Elmohamady is an Egyptian international who plays for Aston Villa. He began his career in Egypt with the ENPPI and Malhalla clubs before being signed by Sunderland manager Steve Bruce, initially on loan in July 2010 and then permanently for £2m in July 2011. The pacy right-sided player, who can operate as a conventional full-back, wing-back for midfielder, then signed for Bruce again at Hull City on a season-long loan in August 2012. After helping the Tigers to win promotion to the Premier League in 2012/13, he moved permanently to the Tigers in July 2013, starting the 2014 FA Cup final 3-2 defeat to Arsenal, before returning to Wembley in 2016 for the Championship play-off final to help the club win promotion to the Premier League for a second time. Elmohamady has over 70 caps for Egypt African Cup of Nations winning squads in 2008 and 2010 and played two matches at the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa.