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The achievements of the teacher, Hassan Shehata, are engraved in the memory of the Egyptian football

He has a bright white history, studded with records. The fans called him "the teacher" in reference to his character as a legendary player and coach. He is Hassan Shehata, the former coach of the Egyptian national team and the distinguished star of Zamalek, who celebrates his 72nd birthday today.

The teacher recorded his name in golden letters in the history of African football through a journey of achievements and championships, which will not be forgotten by the Egyptians' memory, especially since he became the historical hunter of the Pharaohs.

Al-Moallem achieved historical achievements with Egyptian football that no one in Egypt or the African continent caused him to do, after he was crowned with the historic trio of African nations in 2006, 2008 and 2010.

Al-Moallem led the Egyptian national team in 86 matches, winning 52, drawing 16 and losing 18. Under his leadership, the team scored 170 goals, and conceded 80 goals.

Al-Moallem won several titles with the national team, the most important of which was the African Cup of Nations title three times in a row in 2006, 2008, 2010, as well as the Arab Games in 2007, and the Nile Valley Basin tournament in 2011.