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By: Martyn Smith, Headmaster
Nadine Ghazi is a girl to be reckoned with! Last year Nadine was the most influential player in a very successful girl's school football team. They enjoyed a hugely successful season under the guidance of Mr. Matt Spencer and remained unbeaten for the season! Nadine was seen as an excellent player in this team. Not surprising really when you consider what happened this year!
At the young age of 15 she has managed to convincingly secure herself a place in the Egyptian Women’s National First Football team, playing in the African Cup in Cote d’Ivoire and winning. Nadine is the youngest player in this team having been brought from the U17’s to play with the ladies of the First Team.
What a fantastic achievement, which is a credit to Nadine’s commitment, dedication and sheer hard work. Nadine is a very talented young lady and we hope that this is only the beginning of her successes on the football pitch.
CES is very proud of her. Mature and balanced, Nadine truly works as hard at her lessons as she does at football. It looks like Nadine will have many years at the top of Egyptian women's football and who knows what the future holds with an increasing amount of professional teams and scholarships available in universities for such a talented sportswoman! Well-done Nadine on this massive achievement.