Ahmed Raouf, Al Ahly’s former forward, announced his retirement from football after playing with various Egyptian clubs in the Egyptian Premier League.
Raouf announced his retirement on Tuesday live in El Match TV Program after playing for 12 years in Egypt’s top flight.
The 2010 African Cup of Nations winner played with Al Ahly during the 2014 season where he contributed in winning the Egyptian League title and the CAF Confederation Cup.
Raouf played a massive role in the team’s victory of the Confederation Cup as he scored a late goal against Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi to help his team winning the tie and advance to the quarter-finals.
Raouf made his debut with Egyptian football club El Qanah before transferring to various clubs like: Enppi SC, Al-Ittihad from Tripoli, El Ahly, El Masry, Smouha, Wadi Degla, Petrojet and Entag El Harby.
The 37-year-old scored 74 goals and made 19 assists throughout his club career. While he managed to play 12 games and score 1 goal with the Egyptian National team, according to transfermarkt.