Belgium’s Luc Eymael to quit El-Gaish after Misr El-Makkasa clash
Belgian manager Luc Eymael will quit his job as Tala’ea El-Gaish after his side’s clash with Misr El-Makkasa on Monday.
The 59-year-old has been in charge of the Military club since November 2018 following the departure of Mohamed Helmy.
He managed the club in 19 games, winning six, drawing five, while losing eight, help the club earn 23 points from 19 games, which was enough for them to survive relegation.
They currently sit in a respectable eighth place with 40 points, six away from relegation with only one game to go, which will be against sixth-placed Misr El-Makkasa on Monday.
Despite the club’s decent results under his charge, the Belgian will not continue working in Egypt next season and will return to his country after Monday’s clash.
Eymael has had a number of stints in African football, including DR Congo’s Vita Club, Algerian side MC Oran, Kenya’s AFC Leopards, Tunisian club JS Kairouanaise, Sudan’s Al Merreikh, and South Africa’s Polokwane City FC and Free State Stars.
His only major trophy came during his time at Free State Stars, when he led them to lift the 2017/2018 Nedbank Cup.
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