Hamada Sedky named new Entag El-Harby head coach

Hamada Sedky named new Entag El-Harby head coach
Hamada Sedky named new Entag El-Harby head coach

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian Premier League outfit Entag El-Harby have appointed veteran manager Hamada Sedky as their new head coach.

Mokhtar Mokhtar had resigned from his role as Entag El-Harby head coach after almost four years in charge of the Military club.

The 68-year-old took over Entag El-Harby back in March 2017, leading the team in 122 games across five seasons.

However, after a disappointing start to the 2020/21 Egyptian Premier League season, which saw the team win just once from their opening seven games, Mokhtar has decided to end his time with the Military club.

The club then opted to acquire the services of Hamada Sedky, who has plenty of experience in Egyptian football.

Sedky last managed Smouha and left the Alexandrian side last January after leaving Sudanese giants Al Hilal midway through campaign in the CAF Champions League.

The 59-year-old has also had stints at Wadi Degla, ENPPI, and El-Gouna, as well as the Egypt U-19 national team.

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