Ahmen Salah Eddine is the youngest
player in the Egyptian team having made his
international debut only in October 2003 at the All
Africa Games in Nigeria, where Egypt won gold.
The 19-year-old, who was in his
country's squad for the 2003 Men's U-21 World
Championship in Iran, started his international career
with the U19 national team when they finished fourth at
the 2001 World Championship in Cairo, which is
considered the best ever result in his country's
international history. He was the fourth best player in
He is certainly a talented player
and one Egypt has earmarked for a bright international
future. His selection as one of the best players at the
2002 U21 African Nation's Championship in Cairo, which
Egypt won, is a clear indication of his potential.
With his local club Al-Ahly he won
the Arab Cup of Clubs' Champions in Lebanon 2002, and
has been a part of many of their recent successes.