El-Shafei Saleh, president of Aswan Club, revealed new details in his club’s negotiations with Osama Nabih, the general coach of Zamalek Club, regarding taking over the training of the Upper Egypt representative.
Aswan announced the departure of the coach, Rabie Yassin, from his position as coach of the team after the loss to Ghazl El-Mahalla in the third round of the league.
Saleh said via “On Time Sports”: “We opened the line of negotiations with Osama Nabih to take over the team’s training, and we agreed on all the details, and he formed the assistant staff, but he eventually retracted.”
He explained, “Negotiations began 48 hours ago, and we agreed on the assistant staff, which includes Mahmoud Fayez, general coach, and Ahmed Abdel Maksoud, assistant coach.
He continued, “We did not communicate with the officials of the Zamalek club, because Osama Nabih told us to bear this matter and try to convince his club. We know the right ways well.”
And about the new coach, he revealed, “We are looking for a coach with experience and a suitable age at the same time.”
The president of Aswan Club had said toFilGoal.com We negotiated with Osama Nabih, and the negotiations reached an advanced stage, but the circumstances did not allow him to leave the Zamalek club in the end.
Aswan lost 3 matches in a row in the Egyptian league without the blue team scoring any goal.
Aswan returned to the Premier League after an absence for two seasons.
Aswan occupies the last place in the Egyptian league standings without points.
Aswan plays in the fourth round of the league on November 23 against Future.