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Samir Kamouna resigns from Ghazl El-Mahalla
Kamouna has took helm of El-Mahalla in the second half of the Egyptian Premier League season in February when the team was last place.
He managed to pull a few equalizers, most notably against Cairo giants Al Ahly, but it wasn’t enough to pull the team out of the relegation zone.
Samir Kamouna has made statements to TV channel ONTV explaining his reasons for the decision saying: “I took the decision because the team will probably go down to the second division.
“It’s necessary for the manager to prepare the team for the new season, that’s why I had to decide if I were to continue with El-Mahalla in the second divison or leave.
“I have bigger ambitions, that’s why I left the post for a new manager to prepare for the next season and new signings.”
Kamouna also talked about his time managing Ghazl El-Mahalla saying: “I’m proud of the time I spent with the club, we made positive results, but it’s time to leave.”
It’s worth noting there have been links between Kamouna and newly promoted El-Nasr Lel Ta’adeen for which he commented saying: “After a few weeks I’ll announce my destination, but not now out of respect for current managers and their teams.”