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Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol arrives to attend a press conference in Al-Ahly club as he was unveiled as the new coach for Egyptian Premier League leaders Al-Ahly in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Reuters)
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Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol arrives to attend a press conference in Al-Ahly club as he was unveiled as the new coach for Egyptian Premier League leaders Al-Ahly in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Reuters)
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Football director of Al-Ahly Abdel Aziz Abdel Shafi (L) welcomes the new coach, former Tottenham manager Martin Jol (C), during a press conference at Al-Ahly club. Jol was unveiled as the new coach for Egyptian Premier League leaders Al-Ahly in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Photo: Ahly's media center)
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Football director of Al-Ahly Abdel Aziz Abdel Shafi (L) welcomes the new coach, former Tottenham manager Martin Jol (C), during a press conference at Al-Ahly club. Jol was unveiled as the new coach for Egyptian Premier League leaders Al-Ahly in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Reuters)
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Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol arrives to attend a press conference in Al-Ahly club as he was unveiled as the new coach for Egyptian Premier League leaders Al-Ahly in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Reuters)
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Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol attends a press conference in Al-Ahly club as he was unveiled as the new coach for Egyptian Premier League leaders Al-Ahly in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Reuters)
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Newly-appointed coach Martin Jol with Ahly's NO. 1 jersey, during a press conference at Ahly club in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Photo: Ahly's media center)
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Newly-appointed coach Martin Jol with Ahly's NO. 1 jersey, during a press conference at Ahly club in Cairo, Egypt, March 1, 2016 (Photo: Ahly's media center)
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