The most successful foreign nationality in the Egyptian League

Nigeria is the country with the highest presence of players in Egyptian League clubs, with 22 players playing in several different clubs, with a significant difference from its closest competitors in countries that witness the presence of players from the Egyptian League.

Perhaps the most prominent Nigerian players in the Egyptian League are Siddiq Ogola and Favor Akeem, players of Ceramica, Kingsley Sokari, player of Pharco, Junior Ajayi, player of Smouha, Rashid Ahmed, player of ZWise Emeka, player of Al-Masry, and Godwin Sheka, player of Talaia El-Geish.

Tunisia comes in second place with 16 players in the Egyptian League, most notably the Al-Ahly duo Ali Maaloul and Mohamed El-Dawy Christo, the Zamalek duo Saif El-Jaziri and Hamza Mathlouthi, Fakhreddine Ben Youssef the Al-Masry player, Hamdi El-Naqaz the Ismaily player, Rafiq Kabou the Enppi player, and Moataz Zadam the Al-Masry player. .

After them, Morocco is in third place with 8 players, most notably Reda Selim, Al-Ahly player, Pyramids duo Walid Al-Karti and Mohamed Al-Shaibi, Ahmed Belhaj, Ceramica player, and Abdelkebir Al-Wadi, Modern Future player.

In fourth place comes the Ghana national team with 5 players, most notably Al-Ittihad Alexandria duo Salifu Moro and Benjamin Boateng, and Issacqu Yakubu, the National Bank player.

In fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth place are the countries of Algeria, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Uganda and Guinea, each of whom has 4 players in the Egyptian League. The most prominent Algerian player in the Egyptian League is Ahmed Qandousi, the Ceramica player, the Egyptian duo Abdel Rahim Daghmoum and Gilas Qenawi, and Rizki Hamroun, the Pharco player, and the most prominent Cameroonian player is Joseph. Nguem, Future player, and Frank Itoga, El Gouna player.

Among the most prominent players from Uganda is Joseph Ochaya, the Arab Contractors player. Among the most prominent players from Burkina Faso are Platé Toure, the Pyramids player, Eric Traoré, the Ismaily player, and Saidou Sunbouri, the National Bank player. Among the most prominent players from Guinea in the Egyptian League are Moussa Diawara, the Talaea El Gaish player, and Hadji Barry, the Modern Future player.

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