- Kahraba participates in Qatar 2020 with Al Ahly SC
- He analyzes his next opponent and Bayern Munich
- He explains the origins of his nickname Kahraba, which means “electricity” in Arabic
Mahmoud Abdel Moneim Suleiman is nicknamed Kahraba, which means “electricity” in Arabic, as it is full of energy, both in the field and in his daily life. With his dribbling skills and his ability to knock out, Mahmoud is one of Al Ahly SC’s best offensive assets.
“I was first called ‘Kahraba’ in Al Ahly’s youth category. Coach Badr Rajab called me that because of my energy and my desire to win. For him. , I was electric because I tried to be everywhere on the pitch. I have been wearing this nickname since I was nine years old, “he tells FIFA.com.
Learn and compete
Kahraba is set to play in the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020 ™ with Al Ahly. To begin with, the Egyptians will face the local Al Duhail: “It is a team that must be respected, it is competitive, whether in the championship of Qatar or in the Champions League of the AFC”, warns- he. “We are very focused. We watched their matches to get to know their best players and analyze their game. We hope to live up to Al Ahly’s story and advance to the next round.”
The African champions hope to overcome this first obstacle in order to face Bayern Munich. If he dreams of measuring himself against the European champions, Kahraba is aware of the magnitude of the task that could await the Red Devils. “It’s a formidable team, with very good players,” he confirms. “They are complete and play a very collective game. At this level, we can say that they look like us because we have a rather similar style. I love to see them play because I learn a lot of things. want to measure myself against all these Bayern Munich players and we hope to achieve a good performance. “
Al Ahly’s ambition is not confined to the first match, against Al Duhail, or a possible poster of prestige against Bayern. “Me, I want to go to the final and win the Club World Cup with my team”, dares to announce the striker. “We told our supporters that our goal was to win the competition, not to play one or two games and then come home. I have been a supporter of Al Ahly since I was a child. I remember his matches. in the Club World Cup. I was escaping from school to follow the games on TV in a cafe. It was great and I always dreamed of playing in the Club World Cup. My dream is finally coming true this year “, he concludes.