Mohamed Ouda resigns as Arab Contractors manager following loss to Ismaily
The 44-year-old was appointed as the Cairo-based side manager in January 2016 after Tarek El-Ashry, who led his side to fight in the relegation battle. Ouda successfully saved his side and assured them a mid-table spot finish.
However this season proved to be less eventful as the three-time Egypt Cup winner are currently 12th on the Egyptian League table and have been knocked-out of their favorite competition.
“I announce my resignation as the Arab Contractors coach, because of the bad luck that the team has endured lately,” he told DMC sport TV channel during a post-match interview
“I can continue with the team until the end of the season if the board wants me to, but I want avoid any awkwardness, so I decided to resign from coaching the team,” he added
“The next coach will find a good team, but injuries and misfortunes are our biggest enemy, and if a coach comes to lead the team in the next three games he can achieve good results,” he concluded
Arab Contractors have been unable to win any of their past 14 games in all competitions and will be looking to redeem themselves against Zamalek on Wednesday.
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