Hamada Sedky steps down as El-Gouna manager
Hamada Sedky has stepped down from his role as El-Gouna manager after helping the club avoid relegation to the second division.
57-year-old Sedky led promoted side El-Gouna in 18 games, winning five, drawing six, while losing seven, collecting 21 points in the process, which was enough for the club to avoid relegation.
During his time at the club, El-Gouna managed to beat Pyramids FC and Al Masry, but still dropped points against fellow relegation contenders ENPPI, Smouha, Nogoom FC, Wadi Degla, and El-Dakhelya.
The club still have a game left in their league campaign and it will be against Zamalek. The game will be considered as a dead-rubber to El-Gouna, but not to Zamalek, who will have to win the game in order to keep their league title hopes alive.
El-Gouna didn’t reveal the reasons behind Sedky’s departure, however, according to some reports, they wanted him to sign a new deal, but both parties didn’t reach an agreement.
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