File- Amr Warda during the ceremony
CAIRO – 13 February 2019: Egypt International, Amr Warda, received the Greek Super League MVP award in a ceremony held on Tuesday night.
The Egyptian winger, 25, has been sensational since he joined his Greek League in 2015.
“A very proud moment in my career...Receiving the Greek Super League MVP award is very special having worked so hard to be here...Thank you to everyone who believed in me...to my clubs...my coaches...my teammates...my family...my management and to all the fans.” Warda tweeted.
Warda left his childhood club, Al-Ahly, in 2015 to join Greek club, Panetolikos, and since then his career reached another level.
After two years in Panetolikos, he joined the Greek giants, Paok, in January 2017 but he failed to shine with the club and left in the summer to join Atromitos on a loan.
Warda returned to Paok in 2018 summer and played there for six months and then he was loaned again to Atromitos with an option to make the transfer permanent.
Warda established himself as one of the key players at Egypt national team and he was among the squad that lost 2017 African Cup of Nations final and qualified to 2018 World Cup in Russia.