2015 SATUC Cup Ambassador – Emad Moteab

Moteab is a current Egyptian national team striker, who has already won the African Cup of Nations in 2006, 2008 and 2010 – he plays for Egyptian Premier League side Al-Ahly.

Moteab is one third of the ‘Bermuda Triangle’, the nickname created by fans and pundits to describe the potent attacking triangle of himself, Mohamed Aboutrika and Mohamed Barakat, which many consider the most formidable attacking force in African Football.

A regular for the Egyptian national team, Moteab has 70 caps to date, scoring an impressive 28 goals, which equals a goal every two and a half games.

He is happily married to former Egyptian beauty queen and fellow SATUC Cup Ambassador Yara Naoum.

For a list of his many club successes, see below:

With Al-Ahly

  • Bronze Medallist in 2006 FIFA Club World Cup

  • Winner of 6 Egyptian Premier League 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2009-10, 2010-11

  • Winner of 2 Egypt Cup 2006-06, 2006-07

  • Winner of 4 Egyptian Super Cup 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

  • Winner of 3 CAF Champions League 2005, 2006, 2012

  • Winner of 3 CAF Super Cup 2006, 2007,2013

  • Winner of CAF Confederation Cup 2014

With Al-Ittihad

  • Winner of Saudi Professional League 2008-09

Individual Titles

  • Egyptian Premier League Top Goalscorer 2004-05

  • Best striker in Africa in 2005

  • 2nd best Striker in Africa in 2006

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