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Ayman Abdel-Aziz resigns as Zamalek assistant coach

Ayman Abdel-Aziz
has stepped down as ’s assistant coach, the Egyptian Premier League side announced on Saturday.

The White Castle announced in a statement that the club’s board accepted Abdel-Aziz’s resignation. The announcement comes few hours after Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour said that the club will make two changes to their coaching staff.

The former Zamalek midfielder, who retired in 2015, joined the White Knights’ coaching staff in January after the appointment of Ehab Galal as the club’s new head coach.

He, however, remained in his position as the club’s assistant coach following the departure of Ehab Galal in April and was included in the new coaching staff headed by new manager Khaled Galal.

The 39-year-old was part of Zamalek’s technical staff that led the club to the 2018 Egypt Cup title after beating Smouha on penalties in the final in May.

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