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Coach for 3 hours.. Mustafa Younis raises controversy in the Egyptian League

Coach for 3 hours.. Mustafa Younis raises controversy in the Egyptian League

A state of controversy, again dominated the Egyptian League, because of the former Al-Ahly star, Mustafa Younis.

On Monday, Younis announced his agreement with the president of Misr El-Maqassa Club to train the team, replacing coach Tamer Mustafa.

Younis, on television and in a journalist, told several Egyptian newspapers and media outlets about his taking over as coach of the team, which is faltering in the Egyptian league standings.

Younes indicated to On Time Sports that he will start his mission, with Misr Clearing, on Tuesday.

He added: A session was held with Ahmed Howaidi, the club’s president, and all details were agreed upon, and we seek to get Egypt clearing from the series of negative results.

Three hours after his announcement, Egypt clearing officials denied these statements altogether.

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Amr Howaidi, a member of the board of directors of the Misr Clearing Club, told the Egyptian website Kora Plus, that Misr Clearing did not agree with Mustafa Younes to train the team.

Walid Howeidi, the club’s director of football, added that his team will depend in the coming period on the club’s sons, stressing that the current interim coach, Tariq Hajjaj, will remain in his position, until further notice.

Egypt Clearing occupies 17th place “penultimate” in the league standings, as it is in the relegation circle, between Ismaili “16th” and Eastern Company “18th”.

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