Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles My name is closer. Haider, captain of the Egyptian woman soccer team and the aviation club and the first certified coach by the English Premier League phaser Haider, grew up playing soccer in the streets. She went on to Captain Egypt's national women's team for a decade. Now, she's become the country's first woman to train a professional men's club a T beginning. It was honestly hard because boys aren't used to having a girl coach them. There's usually some mockery at the beginning, with some not interested in the idea. They think that because a woman is training them that they don't have to take it seriously. They make fun of it. But then they realized that they learn something that they'll develop their skills aside. Haider played in Egypt's first female soccer league in 1997. Now her focus is on coaching the women's national team, but also fourth division side ideal. Goldie Soccer remains in overwhelmingly male sport in Egypt, But for her players such as Abdel Rahman, is, um, Haider stands apart for her skill, not agenda. It's a special experience, new and one of a kind. Captain Pfizer has a great character. We don't see a difference between male or female coaches. She's very knowledgeable and we benefit from E don't see a difference in either male or female. I'm not only saying this because I am a woman. It is like being white or of color Christian or Muslim E. It doesn't matter what the players religion is, what group they belong to or where they come from.