Al Ahly confirm Weiler’s contract renewal

Al Ahly confirm Weiler’s contract renewal
Al Ahly confirm Weiler’s contract renewal

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly’s director of signings Amir Tawfik has announced on Tuesday that Rene Weiler has agreed a new deal with the club that will keep him for another season with the Cairo giants.

Weiler became an instant fan favorite among Al Ahly supporters and was even compared to legendary manager Manuel Jose.

The 46-year-old led the Reds to the top of the league table without a single defeat, reached the Egypt Cup round of 16 and qualified for the CAF Champions League semi-finals.

The Swiss’ contract was set to end by the end of the current season but veteran Al Ahly board member Khaled Mortagy had affirmed that they’ve reached an agreement with him and are only waiting for him to sign the contract.

Tawfik said that Weiler signed a new deal that ties him with Al Ahly until the last game of season 2020/2021.

He reiterated that this was the Swiss head coach’s desire from the early beginning but he postponed everything until evaluating the situation with his family which live in Switzerland.

The Red Devils are currently preparing for the league resumption in the beginning of August and the Champions League semis in September.

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