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Saudi second division side Al-Sadd has appointed Egyptian manager Yasser Radwan as the club’s new head coach until the end of the season.
The former Hansa Rostock and Al Ahly player was in charge of Egyptian second division side Biyala at the start of this season, before leaving the club over unpaid wages.
Radwan will be undergoing his first managerial experience outside Egypt following his loaded experience in Egypt’s second division with Nogoom FC, Gomhoryet Shebin, and Baladyet El-Mahalla.
Al Sadd are occupying the seventh place in Saudi Second division group A with 11 points from nine games, sex away from promotion places.
As a player, Radwan has a wealth of experience, having made over 130 appearances in the Bundesliga for Hansa Rostock and was also part of the Egypt team that won the 1998 AFCON.
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