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Red Devils retain duo



Al Ahly duo Wael Gomaa and Mohammed Abu Trika have extended their contracts with their team for two season after short negotiation with the board.

Team director Sayed Abd Al Hafez confirmed that to supersport.com and said ” the negotiations did not take long time , and they both signed two year contracts” .

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Abu Trika had and offer from UAE side Baniyas as a loan but the team ace refused it to stay with the Red Devils.

Trika said “ I refused that offer to stay with my team. I will not leave and I will retire here. I played here since 8 years. I don’t talk here about money but about good memories”.

The 34 year old star joined Al Ahly in 2004 from Egyptian side Tersanah and helped his team to win many trophies.

Wael Gomaa offered similar sentiments said after signing his contract saying :” I want to end my career as a football player here . I offered to reduce my salary at the club due to their financial troubles. The club gave me so many good things and I have to show my support ”.

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