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Ahmed Hassan: Being a player-coach is not an option anymore
Petrojet’s manager and Egypt’s legendary midfielder Ahmed Hassan, said that he will not resign from his position, assuring that the club’s board has the right to sack him If they want to. He also confirmed that he will not be returning to the pitch again.
The Suez based club recently lost to Arab Contractors 2-0 in the Egyptian Premier League.
Hassan comment on the club’s loss saying that he has no intention to submit his resignation. “I did my part, yet, randomness is present when applying tactics in the pitch,” he explained to TEN TV channel.
“The board has the right to sack me If they think the team’s performance is not good, but I did all the effort needed and I am satisfied with the performance in all the matches, except for Entag El-Harby match,” he added.
The most capped player in football history talked lately about his regret for not registering as a player in Petrojet and acting as a player-manager. However, he commented on this issue saying that conditions in Egypt are not good enough for him to return.
“Returning to the field as a player in Petrojet in not an option for me anymore,” Hassan concluded.