OFFICIAL: Khaled Eid resigns as Tanta manager, replaced by Osama Oraby
Eid, who has been in charge since December 2014, has handed his resignation following Tanta’s 2-1 loss to newly promoted side Al Assiouty Sport on Saturday.
Tanta are currently on a five-game winless run, with their last victory coming against El Ragaa on November 3.
The 53-year-old struggled since his appointment, winning only nine Premier League games, however his side sealed survival last season after collecting 31 points, only two more than relegated side Aswan.
Former Al Ahly assistant coach Osama Oraby is set to become the latest manager to take over at Tanta as the side will aim to stay up this season.
Oraby has previously managed a number of Egyptian clubs including Aswan, Nasr Lel Taa’deen, Entag El Harby, Gasco and Sekka El Hadid.
He was also the Egypt U-23 national team assistant coach with current Al Ahly manager Hossam El-Badry, and was Martin Jol’s assistant, during the Dutchman’s time at the Red Castle.
Tanta are currently 13th in the Egyptian Premier League with 12 points from 12 games and their next game will be against Al Ahly on Friday, December 15.
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