Zamalek assistant coaches resign from their position



Mon, 04 Dec 2017 - 01:00 GMT


Mon, 04 Dec 2017 - 01:00 GMT

Tarek Yehia, Zamalek former assistant coach, Courtesy of Superkora website

Tarek Yehia, Zamalek former assistant coach, Courtesy of Superkora website

CAIRO – 4 December 2017: Zamalek Assistant coach informed Ayman Hafez, head of the administrative staff of the team that he apologizes for not completing his mission for special circumstances.

Medhat Abdel Hady also resigned from his position as a second assistant coach and informed Hafez by his decision.

Earlier, Hussein Al-Sayed, Zamalek’s football director, resigned and explained that his resignation was not a surprise.

Zamalek continued their series of bleeding points and fell to a 1-1 draw against Al Rajaa on Saturday at Alexandria Stadium in the 12th round of the Egyptian league.

Zamalek club's board of directors, headed by Mortada Mansour, has decided on Sunday to sack three members of the coaching staff of the first team.

Hussein Al-Sayed spoke to 'Al-Hadaf' radio program and said: "My resignation is not a surprise, but I have been thinking about it for some time and it`s not related to the bad results."

All these resignations came after many criticizes from Mortada Mansour after the recent bad results of the White Team.

Zamalek`s coach Nebosja is under pressure due to the unsatisfying performance of his team and may be leaving the White Team at any time due to their performance, according to reports from the White Castle.

Zamalek has 19 points in fourth place equally with Arab contractors who are in the fifth place; seven points behind the leader, Al-Ismaily.



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