Mohamed Magdy “Kafsha”, the Egyptian midfielder of Al Ahly, announced that the jersey he wore in the 2020 African Champions League final against Zamalek was sold in a public auction, the proceeds of which will be used to support the Palestinian people . .
Known in Egyptian circles as the “Final of the Century”, the match saw Kafshi’s brilliance and superb strike to score the winning goal in the 86th minute and is remembered by Egyptian fans as the phrase “Knockout”. perhaps,” Tunisian commentator Issam Chavali repeated this at the time.
Kafsha said after Al Ahly’s match against Cleopatra’s Pottery in the Egyptian league on Wednesday, in which he also scored the winning goal in stoppage time: “The Match of the Century shirt is the least that can be.” . offered to the Palestinian people.”
🚦Kafsha officially announces its desire to sell the jersey from the Horn of Africa match in which Al Ahly won the most expensive African title against traditional rivals Zamalek. At the auction, the entire amount will be donated to the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip. #Kafshahpic.twitter.com/X2CsaERfk8
— Bebo Elkelany (@BeboElkelany) November 8, 2023
On the Al Ahly club website, he added: “This is the most expensive shirt of my career, but it is not expensive for the Palestinians, and we are with them in our hearts. This is a message of solidarity with the Palestinian people and the humanitarian crises they are going through.”
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Kafsha was one of the first Arab players to express his support for the people of Gaza after the start of the Israeli war in the Gaza Strip, whether through positions, statements or tweets on social media.
Zamalek player Ahmed Sayed “Zizou” and Saudi Damak player Tariq Hamed previously announced that two of their jerseys would be auctioned, particularly in support of the Gaza Strip, which is already more than exposed to the ravages of Israel’s war. per month, during which more than 10,000 martyrs were killed, most of them children and women.
Source: Arabic Post