A rare sight: Mido celebrates a goal.
There must be some sort of illusionary trick Mido plays to convince managers to try to get the best out of him, a player who looks like a large target man but is nothing more than a big disappointment.
Mido may have shown the odd flash of brilliance over the years, but he has exhibited a poor attitude and fitness problems a lot more often and the most pleasing time a manager can ever have with him is when he leaves.
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