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 EGY / Egypt - Team Composition
 
 
Team manager Hamdy Sameh
Head coach Zakaria Ahmed
Assistant coach Moselhy Hany
Doctor Ahmed Mamdouh
Therapist / trainer Farouk Yasser
Journalist Al Adwar Tarek
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
C 1 Hamdy Awad Elsafi 14.04.1972 202 105 346 327 AHLY
2   Abdallah Bekhit Abdallah 10.10.1983 198 72 352 331 AHLY
3 Mohamed Gabal Gabal 21.01.1984 195 97 345 320 El Gaish
4   Ahmed Abdelhay A. Salah 19.08.1984 197 87 342 316 AL AHLY SC
5 Osama Bekheit Osama 12.01.1977 192 72 335 326 AHLY
L 6   Wael Alaydy Alaydy 08.12.1971 178 78 320 300 ZAMALEK
7 Ashraf Abouelhassan Ashraf 17.05.1975 186 86 325 318 ZAMALEK
8   Saleh Youssef S. Fathy 25.07.1982 194 91 345 332 Zamalek
9 Mohamed El Mahdy Elmahdy 02.09.1978 196 96 340 335 AHLY
10   Mahmoud Abdel Aziz Abdel Aziz 07.04.1975 195 105 340 325 ZAMALEK
11 Mohamed Elnafrawy Elsayed 09.06.1983 200 92 335 320 AHLY
12   Mahmoud Ismail Mansour 07.04.1986 193 89 348 341 ZAMALEK
13 Mohamed Badawy Moneim 11.01.1986 197 97 351 343 AL AHLY SC
14   Hossameldin Gomaa Hossam 15.02.1984 199 92 344 324 AHLY
15 Aly Elian Hussein 01.02.1983 204 91 350 340 ZAMALEK
16   Mohamed Seif Elnasr M. Ali 05.09.1983 202 89 345 339 ZAMALEK
17 Mahmoud Abd El Kader Raouf 12.05.1985 195 94 342 316 AHLY
18   Mohamed El Daabousi Daabousi 01.03.1987 202 107 348 342 ZAMALEK
L 19 Ahmed Elhefnawy A.Kamal 05.09.1972 188 80 0 0 ZAMALEK
 C=Captain  L=Libero
Team Profile   Coach Profile

The Egyptian men's team is classified into three different generations, the first being those players who joined the National Team during the period 1990 – 1999, and participated in all Continental and International competitions played by their team, from the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games to the 2006 World Championships in Japan. The oldest player in the team, captain Awad Hamdy thus joined the National Team in 1990.

The second generation is composed of those players born in 1983-1984, who joined the Egyptian National Youth Team and participated in the 2001 Youth Boys' World Championship in Egypt, where they got the fourth ranking position. Then they qualified on the continental level and participated in the 2003 Junior Men World Championship in Iran. They represent the majority of the Senior team now, starting their victories with the Senior team in the 2005 Mediterranean Games in Spain. They took the gold medal. Then they qualified  to the 2005 World Grand Champions Cup in Japan by winning the African Nations Championship . They also qualified on the continental level to the 2006 World Championship in Japan and to the 2006 World League, making it the first ever African representation in this tournament.  

The third generation who born in 1985 and after, and recently joined the Senior National Team.

 

Egypt was the Volleyball leader in Africa, where they participated in most international competitions after qualifying continentally. The team won the African Nations Championship in 1983 to qualify to the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The Egyptian National men's Team qualified to the 2000  Sydney Olympic Games.  
The Egyptian Senior men's team qualified to the 2002 World Championships in Argentina. They also participated in the 2003 World Cups in Japan.

  Birth date : 03.08.1967 Nysa

EDUCATION :
1988 – 1992 - Academy of Physical Education Cracow Master of physical education Volleyball coach

SPORT UPDATE :
Volleyball coach since 1992
First club : SMS Rzeszow since 1995

National coach since 1995
1995 – 1997 - assistant coach Men’s National Team
1997 – 1999 - assistant coach Junior Men’s National
1999 – 2003 - head coach Junior Men’s National Team
2002 – 2003 - head coach club team Morze Szczecin
2003 – 2005 - head coach club team PZU AZS Olsztyn
2005 – 2006 - head coach Men’s National Team B ( Univers
2006 - 2007 - head coach Egypt Men’s National

INTERNATIONAL COACHING PALMARES :
1996 Olympic Games Atlanta - 11th place
1998 Junior European Championships - 4th place
1999 Junior World Championships - 9th place
2001 Youth European Championships – 2nd place
2001 Youth World Championships – 5th place
2002 Junior European Championships – 5th place
2003 Junior World Championships – 1st place
2005 Universiade – 5th place

COACHING PALMARES :
2003 Morze Szczecin – Championships of Poland – 8th place
2004 PZU AZS Olsztyn – Championships of Poland – 2nd place
2005 PZU AZS Olsztyn – Championships of Poland – 2nd place