Zlatko Dalić reveals two reasons standing in his way from coaching Zamalek
Former Al Ain FC Croatian coach Zlatko Dalic revealed that he was honored to enter Zamalek’s nominations to lead the team yet he will not be able to do so at the moment.
Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour recently told Sada El Balad TV channel that the club is interested in signing the 50-year-old coach after Zamalek current manager Mohamed Helmy announced that he is leaving his position.
“Someone from the club talked with me about coaching the team and I was really honored to know that,” he told Al Nahar TV channel. “However, after I left Al Ain I decided to take a break from coaching football clubs till the summer.”
The White Castle also stated that Mali manager Alain Giresse accepted the Zamalek job. Giresse requested a salary of $50,000 for himself and his assistant, while Zamalek offered him $40,000.
“Also, I don’t want to lead a team in the middle of the season, it would be better to start my job at the beginning of the season,” he concluded.
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