The young Egyptian striker, Bilal Masar, a professional at the Greek club Panathinaikos, nicknamed “Holland Al-Masri”, refused to represent the French national team last year and wanted to play in the name of his country Egypt. Contains French and Egyptian national races.
“I play at the Ross Al-Spear Center and have scored 7 goals and scored one goal so far.” The federation contacted me and I respect their wishes, but I dream of playing with the first Egyptian national team that has made no contact between me and its officials. “
He continued, “The experience of Omar Marmosh gave me an inspiration to work with and be with the Egypt national team. My idol is our professional Mohamed Salah. I hope he will be in the English Premier League like me.”
Although he negotiated with al-Ahly or Jamalek, Bilal Masar said: “I had a talk with al-Ahly and Jamalek when I was in Egypt, but I chose to join the Greek Panadinaikos in Europe professionally and focus on the profession for a very long time. “
Regarding the reason for calling him “Hollande al-Masri”, he said: “I’m like Hollande in his game about me in Greece, but I do not focus on this talk, my focus is only on the field.”
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