FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship

TEAM COMPOSITION


 EGY / Egypt

 
Team manager ALY ELSERGANY
Coach GABER ABOUZEID
Assistant coach SHERIF SWILLAM
2nd assistant coach
Doctor
Physiotherapist HESHAM MOURAD
   
 
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Marawan Abdelbaky Marawan.A 05.12.1992 193 82 336 325 Petrojet
  C 3   Ahmed El Sayed A. Fathy 14.01.1991 184 84 325 312 Zamalek
  4 Hisham Ewais Hisham 26.02.1995 194 69 333 305 TAYARAN
  5   Moustafa Idris M.Idris 05.07.1991 205 89 345 327 Etehad
  L 6 Mohamed Hassan Reda 28.09.1993 193 76 319 302 Shorta
  7   Mahmoud Elnagar Elbasha 04.01.1993 198 99 329 319 Ethad
  12 Mohamed Khater M.Elmahdy 04.07.1991 200 85 334 328 AHLY
  13   Shehabeldeen Mohamed Shehab 27.07.1995 204 79 334 313 Shorta
  14 Omar Hassan O.Nagib 04.04.1991 191 104 333 324 Ahly
  15   Ahmed Elkotb A. Kotb 23.07.1991 197 80 328 318 AHLY
  16 Sherif Aly S.Ahmed 24.04.1994 185 77 333 317 Ahly
  18   Ahmed Shafik A.Said 07.12.1994 190 97 349 323 Sharkia Leldokhan
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The team comprises a group of players from the Youth, Junior, and men’s teams as well as from several clubs from all over the republic. This team will give an opportunity for the players from the “B” team to participate in an international world championship and thus will open the field for them to become first-team players.

Most of the U23 players took part in other world championships with either the junior or youth teams. This team will expand the circle of players involved internationally and give the coach a better choice of players as it will raise the level of competition between the players. It will also improve the level of volleyball at the clubs the players belong to and raise the level of Youth and Junior national teams when they participate in their age-specific teams.

 
Coach profile

Gaber Abdelaty Abouzeid, 59, played for the Egyptian national team from 1972 to 1984, competing in a number of top tournaments, including the World Championship, Olympic Games, the World Cup and the African Championship, which Egypt won in 1976.

He became a coach in 1985, starting with the youth team at the Zamalek club. He moved on to become coach of Amal in Saudi Arabia and Alaain in the United Arab Emirates with whom he won three national titles. He returned to head the youth coaching at Zamalek and was technical director of the club from 1995 to 2006 during which time they won three championships, were Arab champions twice and African champions once. After three years as head of volleyball at Zamalek, he joined Smoha before becoming head coach of Egypt’s junior men’s team in 2012.