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Ahmed Hassan was born on 5 March, 1993 in Cairo, Egypt, is an Egyptian association footballer. At 27 years old, Ahmed Hassan height is 6 ft 3 in (190.5 cm).

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Ahmed Hassan Age 29 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 5 March 1993
Birthday 5 March
Birthplace Cairo, Egypt
Nationality Egypt

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On 29 January 2020, Ahmed Hassan rejoined Olympiacos on loan with a buyout option in the summer for €2.5 million. On 9 February 2020, he came off the bench to score a match-winning goal for Olympiacos against Atromitos in a 1–0 away win which saw the visitors reduced to 10 players due to captain Omar Elabdellaoui’s red card with 17 minutes left. The Egyptian striker has performed very well since coming back to the club (he was at Olympiacos on loan during the 2018–19 season). In 15 matches thus far in the season both in Portugal and Greece, he has scored five goals and registered one assist. He has been a valid substitute for Youssef El-Arabi, but has also shown an ability to play along the Moroccan forward.


Kouka began his career as a youth player with Al Ahly. He trained regularly with the first team but struggled to break into the side as manager Manuel José de Jesus later commented that "the only reason he didn’t play for us was that I had the best strikers in Egypt." His lack of playing time led Kouka to leave Egypt and rescind his contract with the club before, in December 2011, joining the youth academy at Portuguese side Rio Ave.


In August 2018, Kouka joined Greek club Olympiacos on a season-long loan from Braga for an undisclosed fee. He made his debut for the club on 26 August 2018 as a substitute in place of Felipe Pardo during a 1–0 victory over Levadiakos. On 25 February 2019, Ahmed Hassan hit a hat-trick as Olympiacos defeated OFI Crete 5–1 at the Georgios Karaiskakis.

In May 2018, he was named in Egypt’s preliminary squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia but was omitted from the final 23-man squad by coach Héctor Cúper. Kouka later expressed his disappointment at being excluded, commenting "I hope nobody experiences what I felt after the announcement of the team’s final 23."


His second season with the club was disrupted largely by injury, being forced to undergo abdominal wall reconstruction surgery, and being named in Egypt's squad for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. He finished the season with two goals in fourteen league appearances. The following season, Kouka was dropped from the first team under new coach Abel Ferreira, featuring largely as a substitute throughout the year. He later commented on his relationship with Ferreira, stating "I always had problems with the coach (Ferreira)." In March 2018, Kouka made his 100th appearance in all competitions for Braga against Moreirense.


On 26 August 2015, days after scoring a winning goal against the club for Rio Ave, Kouka signed a five-year contract with Braga, later commenting on the move "It’s very good for me. This summer was hard for me, but I’m happy with the choice I made." He made his debut for the side as a substitute during a 4–0 victory over Boavista, winning a penalty for his side's final goal. He scored his first goal for the club in a 1–0 victory over Dutch side FC Groningen in the Europa League.

On 22 October 2015, he scored the first goal in Braga's 3–2 Europa League group stage win against Olympique de Marseille. In tears during his celebration, Kouka dedicated the goal to his father, who had died the day before, stating "It was a special moment for me and for my family. I’m here because of my father. I did not want to give up. I tried to score a goal for him." He missed the club's following match, against FC Porto, to attend the funeral. In his first season with Braga, Kouka scored fourteen goals in all competitions, including braces against Académica and former club Rio Ave, helping the side reach the quarterfinals of the Europa League. They also went on to win the Taça de Portugal after defeating Porto in a penalty shootout in the final.


He went on to finish the 2014–15 season with twelve league goals, the joint fifth highest in the division, and fifteen in all competitions despite missing the final two months of the season with injury. Sporting CP maintained an interest in signing Kouka but refused to move from their €1 million offer, falling short of Rio Ave's valuation. During the summer transfer window, fellow Portuguese side Benfica made an approach for Kouka, along with teammates Ederson Moraes and Diego Lopes, meeting Rio Ave's valuation of €1.5 million. After signing a pre-contract agreement for a five-year deal, Kouka's transfer was delayed after a medical showed signs of a potential heart defect. He underwent a second medical examination and Rio Ave denied any heart problems but the move was eventually cancelled after Benfica decided to rescind their offer. Kouka's former Al Ahly coach, Manuel José de Jesus, later stated his belief that Benfica had pulled out of the transfer due to similarities with Miklós Fehér, who collapsed and died while playing for Benfica due to an undiagnosed heart condition.


He represented Egypt at under-20 and under-23 level before making his debut for the senior squad in August 2013, scoring in a victory over Uganda. He was part of the Egypt squad that reached the final of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.

At the start of the following season, Kouka scored his first goal of the campaign after converting a penalty during a 2–0 victory over Vitória Setúbal. However, he initially struggled to reproduce his form from his debut season, enduring a goal drought that lasted nearly three months, coming to an end in November 2013. In the second half of the season, Kouka helped Rio Ave reach the final of the Taça da Liga, converting a penalty during a 2–1 win Braga in the semi-final, and the final of the Taça de Portugal, reaching the final for only the second time in the club's history. However, they suffered defeats to Benfica in both finals.

Rio Ave's appearance in the Taça de Portugal final the previous season saw the club qualify for European competition for the first time in its history. In the club's first European fixture, a UEFA Europa League match against Sweden side IFK Göteborg, Kouka scored the only goal of the match to give Rio Ave a 1–0 aggregate lead. In the club's opening league fixture of the 2014–15 season, Kouka became the first Egyptian player since Mohamed Zidan in 2007 to score a hat-trick in a top tier European league after scoring three times during a 5–1 victory over Estoril. Kouka enjoyed a prolific first half of the season, scoring eleven goals by January to surpass his previous career season goal record and helped his side reach the group stage of the Europa League. His form led rival Portuguese side Sporting CP to submit an unsuccessful offer of €1 million for Kouka.

Kouka received his first call up to the Egyptian senior squad from manager Bob Bradley in January 2013 at the age of nineteen. Having played only seven senior matches at club level, he was named in the squad for a friendly match against Chile but did not feature. He made his debut for Egypt in August 2013, scoring once during a 3–0 victory over Uganda. In 2017, Kouka was named in Egypt's squad for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. However, after featuring in his country's victory over Morocco in the quarterfinal, he was ruled out of the remainder of the tournament with a pelvic injury as Egypt finished as runners-up.


He began his career in his native Egypt in the youth academy at Al Ahly but joined Portuguese side Rio Ave in 2012 without appearing for the first team. He made his professional debut for Rio Ave in September 2012. In 2015, he joined rival Portuguese club Braga, helping the club win the Taça de Portugal during his first season at the club.

Kouka played for Rio Ave's youth team for one season and was promoted to the first team at the start of the 2012–13 season, making his professional debut on 9 September 2012 against Paços de Ferreira. Entering the match as a late substitute, he saw an effort cleared off the line in stoppage time. He eventually scored his first senior goal in his third appearance for the club, a 3–2 defeat to Paços de Ferreira in the Taça de Portugal, netting a late consolation goal. His first league goal came in January 2013, scoring three minutes after coming on as a substitute during a 3–1 defeat to Vitória. He scored six times in his first eight senior appearances, before his run ended after he was sent off during a 1–1 draw against Braga for a stamp on Vincent Sasso. He finished his first season of senior football with ten goals in all competitions for Rio Ave.


As an Egyptian under-20 international player, Kouka was part of the side that finished third at the 2011 African Youth Championship and qualified for the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup. During the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup two years later, he scored twice against Iraq and England, while assisting his country's only goal against Chile as Egypt were eliminated in the group stage.


Ahmed Hassan Mahgoub Abdelmoneim (Arabic: أحمد حسن محجوب; born 5 March 1993), known as Kouka or Koka, is an Egyptian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Greek club Olympiacos, on loan from Braga, and the Egypt national team.

Ahmed Hassan Mahgoub was born on 5 March 1993 in Cairo, Egypt. He was given the nickname Kouka (sometimes spelt Koka) because he liked the soft drink Coca-Cola as a child.