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Today .. Badr Bannon, "Sultan of Defense in Al-Ahly" celebrates his 28th birthday

Today, Thursday, Moroccan Badr Bannoun, Al-Ahly club defender, celebrates his 28th birthday. He was born on September 30, 1993, in the city of Casablanca, in the Kingdom of Morocco. With Raja, Bannon played 147 games in various tournaments, during which he scored 14 goals and assisted 6 others, while he played 19 other games with the Nahdet Berkane team, which he moved to on loan in the 2014 season. The Moroccan Lion participated with the Carthage Eagles in 7 international matches and scored a goal.

“The Sultan”, a title that Al-Ahly club defender Badr Banoun proved worthy of, after his brilliance with the team to prove his feet mainly with Al-Ahly in a short period and gain the confidence of the technical staff and the fans, after he restored prestige to the red line of defense and became a safety valve and a solid rock on which the hopes of competitors are shattered. .

In an experience that does not happen much in the center of the defense, Moroccan Badr Bannoun, defender of the Raja team, joined Al-Ahly Club as one of the Red Castle deals in the summer Mercato before the start of last season, to strengthen the back line, amid a lot of mutual ambitions from both sides. The red team was suffering from crises In the back line because of the long absences and injuries that afflicted his players, at a time when Badr Banoon aspired to write his name in golden letters in the history of African football with the largest clubs of the continent.

Al-Ahly club officials rejected the idea of ​​discussing any offers for the Moroccan Red Team defender Badr Bannon during the current summer transfer period, in light of the need for the technical staff led by South African Pitso Musimani for the player’s efforts in the new season. Recently, Pitso Mosimane also refuses to abandon the Moroccan defender, as he is one of the pillars of Al-Ahly's defense and one of the most important names that are difficult to replace easily.

Badr Bannon participated in 40 matches with Al-Ahly in all competitions, with a total of 3406 minutes of play, and succeeded in scoring four goals and making a goal.

The Moroccan lion was installed as the king of Al-Ahly’s hearts, not only in his defensive capabilities and securing the back line, but also for the footballing mind that he enjoys in cutting and passing balls for the beginning of attacks, as well as his distinguished offensive role, especially in the shots and penalty kicks in which he excelled over others.