Wadi Degla part ways with head coach

Wadi Degla part ways with head coach
Wadi Degla part ways with head coach

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian Premier League outfit Wadi Degla have officially announced they have parted company with Cypriot manager Nikodimos Papavasiliou due to a series of poor results this term.

Degla had appointed Papavasiliou as the club’s new head coach back in February 2020 after the departure of former boss Takis Gonias.

Papavasiliou had also arrived from Greece, having been in charge of Greek Super League outfit Panionios Athens.

The Cypriot manager took over Degla in 25 games in all competitions since his arrival at the club.

The Cairo-based club have won six games, drew in nine and lost 10 games under the guidance of the 50-year-old manager.

“Wadi Degla board of directors have decided to relieve head coach Nikodimos Papavasileiou from his duties as first team manager,” Degla statement read.

“We thank our former coach on his services for the club, wishing him the best in the future.”

Degla have won just one game out of their eight league games so far this season. They hold the 16th place with six points.

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