The appointment of Ayman Abdel Aziz, the former Egyptian football star, as an assistant coach in the Portuguese coach, Roy Vitoria, the coach of the Egyptian national team, closed the door to speculation and stopped questions about the Egyptian coach in the national team.
Ayman Abdel Aziz was born on November 20, 1978, in Sharkia Governorate, and he is a former football player who was playing. With the Zamalek club, after that he traveled to Turkey, to start his life in Anatolia. Go to her full of dreams and wishes. He joined the Turkish club Kocaeli and won the first places. He also won the Turkish Cup in 1997.
Ayman Abdel Aziz has achieved many achievements throughout his football career, reaching the top of his fame and then returning again to Zamalek club, and he is considered one of the most important and prominent football players in the history of Egypt. And he achieved many titles and very important successes in the world of football.
Abdel Aziz started his career with the Zamalek club and played 53 matches with them and scored two goals. Then he moved to the Turkish Kocaeli and played 84 matches with them and scored five goals.
After Ayman Abdel Aziz retired from football, he then resorted to the world of coaching, and in 2017, he trained the Interior Club as an assistant coach, after which he worked as an assistant coach in Zamalek for a period of time, and then moved to train Misr El-Maqasa Club as an assistant coach.
Ayman Abdel Aziz’s training journey extended to an experience in Zahrat Al Janoub, Aswan Club, as an assistant coach, and his last stop was at the Zed Club, which competes in the second division.
The Board of Directors of the Football Association, headed by Professor Jamal Allam, approved the appointment of Ayman Abdel Aziz as an assistant coach within the technical staff of the first team, under the leadership of Portuguese coach Roy Vitoria.
Ayman Abdel Aziz joins the technical staff, which includes, along with Vitoria, Arnaldo Teixeira, general coach, Sergio Botelho, assistant coach, Luis Steves, goalkeeper coach, and Walter Diaz, performance analyst and load planner.