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Egypt's El-Badry terminates contract with Ahly Tripoli

Egyptian coach Hossam El-Badry survived a shooting incident in Libya

Mahmoud Elassal, Friday 8 Nov 2013
Hossam El-Badry
Former Ahly coach Hossam El-Badry (photo: Ahram)
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Egyptian coach Hossam El-Badry has decided to leave Libyan side Ahly Tripoli after experiencing security problems in the North African country.
 
El-Badry has officially terminated his deal with the club and is currently in Libya to finalise his personal affairs before he returns to Cairo on Monday, Al-Ahram Arabic website reported on Friday.
 
The 53-year-old tactician survived a shooting incident a month ago.
 
El-Badry left Egyptian giants Ahly to take charge of Ahly Tripoli in May.
 
El-Badry first took charge of Egypt's Ahly in 2009 following the departure of highly successful manager Manuel Jose, whom he worked with as an assistant for several years.
 
He didn’t win over the team's fans despite guiding the team to the 2010 Egyptian Premier League title, with supporters often comparing him to predecessor Jose who led the Red Devils to a host of domestic and continental titles.

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