Video .. Fyler leaves the press conference after meeting Arsenal and...

In a surprising and shocking behavior of the club’s Swiss coach, Rene Weiler AhlyAt his last press conference with the team, he left, refusing to respond to reporters after meeting Arsenal at Egypt cup.

Fyler’s journey with Al-Ahly ends today, after not agreeing to continue to lead the Red Fort during the coming years, in a surprising move since his return from his vacations during the suspension of sports activities due to the Corona virus.

Fyler, upon entering the press conference for the Arsenal match, made the recommendation not to question the crisis of his departure from the team, and to take over a new coach for the team after not agreeing to extend the contract.

A journalist asked a question about the crisis, so Fyler left the press conference, bidding farewell to the journalists, refusing to answer the questions that were asked by the attendees after the arsenal meeting.

Everyone was criticized for the position of the Swiss coach at the press conference, especially as he is leaving the club and it is natural to talk about the crisis clearly during the last meeting.

South African Pitso Musimani, former coach of Sun Downs, will arrive in Cairo in the coming days, in order to officially take over Al-Ahly training.

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