Tarek Abdallah resigns as ENPPI manager, replaced by Khaled Metwally
Tarek Abdallah has resigned as head coach of ENPPI following the team’s shock 3-0 defeat by Al Ragaa in the 23rd round of the Egyptian Premier League.
He led the Petroleum club after Ehab Galal’s departure to Zamalek and the club have struggled since then, winning just one game from their last six.
Abdallah started his tenure with a 4-0 defeat against Smouha, before beating relegation contenders Wadi Degla 1-0. His club then lost to Petrojet, El-Geish, and Al Ragaa, while drawing against Cairo giants Zamalek.
Club executive director Khaled Metwally is set to become the latest manager to take over at ENPPI as the side will aim to qualify for the African competitions for the first time since 2015.
Metwally will become the club’s fourth manager this season after Tarek El-Asrhy, Ehab Galal, and Tarek Abdallah and will hope to guide them to a respectable position in the league.
The club are currently lying in seventh and are nine points away from the top four, with their next game being against second-placed Ismaily on Sunday, February 18.
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