Ali Maher is one of the most prominent Al Ahli players in the 1990s. Al Ahli formerly was born in 1973 and started his career in Al-Tersanah before he had a professional experience in the Al-Ansar team to return to Al Ahly before his career was eliminated. At Enby Club.
At Tersana Club, Ali Maher was one of the most important players in the Olympic Games winner of the African Games, and Maher joined the first team in the Horn of the African Nations 1996 before joining the Ahli club.
Ali Maher was the best Egyptian scorer fast, and was the first scoring of the series before Mamadou Sidi Bieh came to the African backbone.
After graduating from the training council and working at Al Ahli Club, Ali Maher began his career as the first to achieve a great success with Al Assiouti last season in the first season of Upper Egypt in the series before leaving Be the team to take Smouha Club's technical responsibility at present.