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Abou-Treika: I will not work in coaching
The 37-year-old midfielder ruled out working in coaching, claiming he is currently more experienced in the administrative field.
He went on to explain that no one from Al Ahly has approached him regarding a job offer at the club.
However, the three-time Africa Cup of Nations winner asserted that he will not start this new chapter until he is exonerated from the confiscation of some of his financial assets, including his tourism company.