Hamada Sidki leaves Al-Hilal, joins Smouha


Mon, 13 Jan 2020 - 08:15 GMT

Hamada Sidki - FILE

Hamada Sidki - FILE

Without notice, Hamada Sidki left the Sudanese club, Al Hilal, after only 25 days of taking the position, in order to take over the leadership of the Smouha.

Smouha's president, Farag Aamer, announced the signing of a contract with Sidki to succeed Hossam Hassan with Ahmed Nagy to train the team’s goalkeepers.

Smouha tied on Sunday with Haras El Hedoud, negatively, in the match that took place between them at Haras El Hedoud stadium, in the 13th week of the Premier League competition, adding: “Hamada Sidki will lead the team from Monday, after signing the contracts."

The coaching staff assisting Hamada Sidki with Ahmed Nagy includes both the duo Ahmed Abdel Fattah and Khamis Jaafar as assistants, in addition to a foreign load coach.

Sidki led Al Hilal in only 3 confrontations, with a match in the 17th week of the Sudanese league, against Mareekh Al-Fasher, and he achieved a 3/0 victory. Then, in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League when he beat ES Etoile before losing with the same result against ES Etoile in Sudan.



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