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Egypt's Zamalek make changes to coaching staff

Ahram Online , Monday 4 Dec 2017
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Egypt's Zamalek make changes to coaching staff (Photo: Zamalek Sports Club Official Web site)
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Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour has announced several new faces in the coaching staff after the resignation of assistants Tarek Yehya, Medhat Abdel-Hady and Hussein El-Sayed due to the team's poor results in the Egyptian Premier League.

"I thanked the three who resigned for what they have achieved with team," Mansour told a television programme.

"Former Zamalek player Nabil Mahmoud will join the coaching staff alongside a foreign assistant coach for current manager Nebojsa,"

"Ayman Hafez, who has a strong character, will be Zamalek's football director."

Mortada Mansour was officially re-elected as Zamalek football club president after two days of elections that ended last month.

Zamalek are fourth in the table with 19 points from 11 games. 

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