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Hossam El-Badry leaves Pyramids FC, returns to coaching

Mahmoud Sheleib, Monday 22 Jul 2019
Ahly
Former Ahly's Coach Hossam El-Badry (Photo: http://alahlyegypt.com)
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Pyramids FC manager, Hossam El-Badry has resigned from continuing his current administrative role with the team, to return to his previous profession, coaching, according to media statement published on Monday.

Ahly former defender, El-Badry was named as Pyramids FC's football manager ahead of the current season on June 2018, as he was one of the most important pillars of the new established team which now occupies the second place of the Egyptian league's table.

El-Badry joined Pyramids FC after he had forgone from coaching Ahly after his negative results with the team during the 2017-2018 season.

In June 2009, Ahly named El-Badry as the football first team boss, to be the first Egyptian coach for the Red Castle since 17 years, then he resigned for the first time in November 2010.

The 59-year-old coach rejoined Ahly for the second time in May 2012 and stayed for a single season, before returning to his home for the third time in August 2016.

El-Badry won with Ahly 3 Egyptian league titles, a CAF Super Cup, and a single CAF Champions League title.

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