Tarek El-Ashry quits as Haras El-Hodood manager
Haras El-Hodood manager Tarek El-Ashry has stepped down from his post after helping the team survive Egyptian Premier League relegation.
The 54-year-old was appointed as the club’s manager last September and has since taken charge of the team in 29 games across all competitions.
Under his charge, the military club has managed to win 10 games, drawing 11, while losing eight, which was more than enough for them to maintain their Premier League status.
The club secured safety after an impressive five-game unbeaten run at the end of the league campaign. They beat the likes of Al Masry and Ismaily, while drawing with Pyramids FC and Zamalek in their last two games.
El-Ashry has also guided the military club to the Egypt Cup quarter-finals, where they will face the winner of Al Ahly and Pyramids FC clash.
Despite overachieving with the side that was promoted last season, he decided to step down from his role without revealing the reasons behind his decision.
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