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Profile of the Egyptian footballer Ahmed Elmohamady, who currently plays as a midfielder at Hull City. The 26-year old player Elmohamady joined Hull from Sunderland and wears the number 27 shirt.

Ahmed Elmohamady
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        (Squad number 27)

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Ahmed Elmohamady Career
2004–2006Ghazl El-Mahalla7(3)
2006–2011ENPPI53(9)
2010–2011Sunderland (loan)36(0)
2011–2013Sunderland19(1)
2012–2013Hull City (loan)23(1)
2013Hull City (loan)17(3)
2013–Hull City33(2)

2007–Egypt66(2)

Ahmed Elmohamady : Hull City News
“AHMED ELMOHAMADY maintained last night that Hull City are determined to qualify for Europe on the back of their own success rather than rely on others. The Tigers will next month compete in their first FA Cup final when they meet Arsenal at Wembley.”
 Yorkshire Post  Yesterday
“An FA Cup final appearance is a dream come true for Hull City's Ahmed Elmohamady, the right winger said on Tuesday.”
 Ahram Online  Yesterday
“A week after finding himself on the wrong end of a headbutt from Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, David Meyler left his former club Sunderland feeling black and blue as three goals in nine second-half minutes booked team-mate Ahmed Elmohamady after the”
 Sunday Post  2 days ago
“Hull City are through to their first FA Cup Final after a Jake Livermore exchanged a one-two with Ahmed Elmohamady before finding Sagbo at the far post with a threaded pass across goal and the Ivorian made no mistake with his first-time finish.”
 Mix 96  3 days ago
“But while Sheffield United’s hopes reaching their first FA Cup Final since 1936 were left in tatters following Hull City’s improved second-half s centre following a neat interchange with Ahmed Elmohamady.”
 The Star  2 days ago
“FA Cup final opponents Hull City proved just as camera-happy after their win, with Ahmed Elmohamady grabbing a photographer's camera to take a picture of himself.”
 Here Is The City  2 days ago
“City boss Steve Bruce brought on Sone Aluko and Matty Fryatt Jake Livermore exchanged a one-two with Ahmed Elmohamady before finding Sagbo at the far post with a threaded pass across goal and the Ivorian made no mistake with his first-time finish.”
 Football365  3 days ago
“Hull City managed to come back twice from behind to win an eight Hull's early forays were unconvincing, Ahmed Elmohamady muscled out of a good position by Conor Coady and Huddlestone chancing his arm with a 40-yard chip that drifted harmlessly wide.”
 Daily Record  3 days ago
Ahmed Elmohamady Career Honours
  • Football League Championship runner-up: 2012–13
  • African Cup of Nations: 2008, 2010
  • Hull City Player of the Year: 2012–13

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    Goalkeepers
    Mark Oxley Eldin Jakupovic
    Allan McGregor Steve Harper
    Defenders
    Alex Bruce Will Aimson
    Daniel Wilkinson Dean Deagle
    Frank Belt Curtis Davies
    Joe Dudgeon Abdoulaye Faye
    Liam Rosenior Maynor Figueroa
    Paul McShane James Chester
    Midfielders
    David Meyler Lee Wright
    Billy Ward Douglas Wilson
    James Armstrong Stephen Quinn
    Ahmed Elmohamady Jake Livermore
    Robbie Brady Robert Koren
    George Boyd Tom Huddlestone
    Forwards
    Sone Aluko Matty Fryatt
    Shane Long Yannick Sagbo
    Nikica Jelavic