Hamada Sedky ‘happy’ to manage Al Hilal

Hamada Sedky ‘happy’ to manage Al Hilal
Hamada Sedky ‘happy’ to manage Al Hilal

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Al Hilal newly appointed manager Hamada Sedky has expressed his delight to coach the Sudanese giants after being appointed at the helm of the first team last week.

Sudanese side Al Hilal have appointed Sedky as their new manager less than a week after their defeat against Al Ahly in the CAF Champions League group stages.

Sedky is now set to take over Al Hilal after having stints at multiple Egyptian Premier League sides, including Enppi, Wadi Degla, Smouha, and Ittihad of Alexandria.

The 58-year-old last managed El-Gouna between 2018 and 2019 helping the newly-promoted side avoid relegation in their first season in the top flight.

“I am happy to coach Al Hilal and to be present in my second country Sudan. We have ambition to achieve good results and we aim to win domestic and African titles this season,” Sedky told Al Hilal official channel.

“I watched some of Al Hilal’s games and I’m near forming a full picture regarding the team. I will meet the board on Tuesday to define some details of the agreement then I will direct the training.”

Al Hilal currently hold the third place in the Sudan Premier League with 28 points from 13 matches. They also are jointly the second placed team in the Champions League Group B with Al Ahly with three points from two games for each.

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