Mohamed Helmy resigns from Tala’ea El Gaish
The 56 year old has left the club despite being in relatively good form, as they are in 7th place in the table and recently picked up a 5-0 win over El Gouna before their recent 3-3 draw with Petrojet.
Helmy’s resignation is of little surprise in some ways, as there has been a lot of managerial rotation in Egyptian football in recent years. Helmy himself had only taken over this calendar year, guiding the club from their 13th place finish last season up to where they are now.
Prior to his time at Tala’ea El Gaish, Helmy’s previous managerial stints were both brief at Zamalek in the last few years, with his most notable moment being an Egyptian Super Cup win in 2016 over Al Ahly on penalties.
Belgian manager Luke Emile is expected to take over from Helmy, with his first game in charge scheduled to be on the 25th of November away at Ittihad Alexandria.
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