Essam el-Hadary: It is a lion who knows how to protect its lair.
Abdel Wahed El-Sayed: Its presence and its level has forced el-Hadary to do its best not to lose its place as the holder.
Mohammed Abdel Monsef: He leads the competition by remaining mobilized.
Ibrahim Said: We bet on his competence and commitment and we won our bet. He was very good.
Abdel Zaher El-Saqa: He is the perseverance itself.
Wael Gomaa: He is a tireless fighter ready to do anything to defend the cage of the Pharaohs.
Mohammad Abdel Wahab: He proved he did not deserve to remain so long on the bench in his club.
Tareq Al-Sayed: With him, the Pharaohs have settled the question of the left back position.
Ahmed el-Sayed: A real rock that did not, unfortunately, have the chance to show it.
Mohammad Barakat: He is our "joker" player that can occupy any position on the field with talent ... He is indispensable.
Ahmed Hassan: The brain of the team. Without him, the selection is lost on the ground.
Mohammad Abu Treka: A real artist. He is our playmaker.
Mohammad Shawqi: He is the balance of the team.
Hassan Mostapha: He is the lungs of the Pharaos. He always offers solutions in difficult times.
Ahmed Fathi: After a painful period, he proved he was still at the height of the major tournaments.
Moetaz Eno: A seed of star, heir to a great midfielder.
Samir Sabri: its presence is a relief for the post of playmaker.
Hossam Hassan: The Dean. He should not be considered as a simple player, he is a "legend."
Mido: A star who must mature and know his rights...and duties.
Emad Met'eab: A striker of first class who has suffered a lot of pressure before the CAN.
Amr Zaki: A physical fitness similar to that of black African players.
Abdel Halim Ali: A potential still untapped.
Ahmed Eid Abdel Malek: A real talent who has not had a chance in this tournament.
This article was written for the french magazine "Foot Africa"