Mido: I won’t resign from El-Makkasa job

Mido: I won’t resign from El-Makkasa job
Mido: I won’t resign from El-Makkasa job

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Misr El-Makkasa head coach Ahmed Hossam Mido has denied that he intends to resign from his position as the first team coach following the team’s sixth defeat in the Premier League this season against Al Ahly.

El-Makkasa couldn’t hold on against Al Ahly to lose 2-0 against the Red Devils who maintained their 100% win record in the league.

Following the victory, Al Ahly sit top with 27 points from nine games, while El-Makkasa remain 15th win only nine from 11 games.

“I congratulate Al Ahly for the win. We tried to close spaces and exert pressure on Mahmoud Metwally who has just returned from injury,” Mido stated.

“We created chances in the first half and had we managed to convert them the situation would have been different. The penalty kick that was awarded against us was the turning point.”

“I thank El-Makkasa players on their effort throughout the match. I won’t resign from the team’s job, results in the league are unsteady and we have an entire second round left.”

“I will leave once I feel that the players don’t apply my ideas. We have 12-13 players that are over 30 which affects the lineup’s stability.”

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