The Egyptian national team head coach Carlos Quieroz is assembling a group of men that he thinks can take him and the Egyptian FA to greater heights. He has called upon one of the finest coaches on the African continent. The Egyptian national team needs a strong technical team to bring them back to the glory days and coach Carlos Quieroz is the man in charge of assembling a strong team.
Carlos Quieroz, the current coach of the Egyptian national team, is putting together a squad of players that he believes will help him and the Egyptian Football Association reach greater heights. He has enlisted the assistance of one of the most accomplished coaches on the African continent.
The Egyptian Football Association has announced former Bafana Bafana coach Carlos Queiroz as the Egypt national team coach. This happens after Hossam El Badry was fired by the Egyptian Football Association. Last week, the Egyptian Football Governing body introduced Queiroz to the Egyptian media informing them about the hiring of Carlos Queiroz.
When Liverpool hammered Leeds United this past weekend, Salah became the fifth-fastest player to reach 100 Premier League goals. New Egypt assistant coach Roger de Sa is ecstatic to be working with Mohamed Salah, one of the best players in the world. He scored in the opening group stage encounter of the Uefa Champions League on Wednesday, as Liverpool battled back to defeat Italian heavyweights AC Milan 3-2.
After an offer to entice Carlos Quieroz to Bafana Bafana fell through, Mosimane has emerged as the frontrunner to succeed Molefi Nteski as the team's next head coach.According to reports in Egypt, Pitso Mosimane has told Al Ahly president Mahmoud El-Khatib that he will reject the South African Football Association's advances.
Roger De Sa is a wanted man in Egypt as they want him to join the national team as an assistant coach to newly appointed coach Carlos Quieroz. The Egyptian Football Association has contacted Roger De Sa's representatives and so far it seems like he is ready to jump ship and join the Egyptian national team and coach the likes of Mohammed Salah he wouldn't let such an opportunity go.
SABC sport presenters hosting the CEO of SAFA, Tebogo Motlanthe.The wait is over, and some speculations fueled by media reports have proven to have some substance, while others will have to question their sources of information.The South African Football Association has named a new coach after the former coach, Molefi Ntseki, was relieved of his duties after failing to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations 2022 in Cameroon.
Breaking reports from Egypt have reported that Pitso Mosimane remains as the top candidate for the vacant Bafana Bafana hot-seat!Former Real Madrid boss Carlos Quieroz was the clear favorite to take over as Bafana Bafana coach, but it has since been revealed that Pitso Mosimane is the preferred candidate.
Fan most loved Benni McCarthy is probably not going to be named as the new Bafana mentor this week as the country's soccer sweethearts and numerous spectators anticipated.TimesLIVE has been educated that the SA Football Association (Safa) won't consent to a portion of the key requests that would have seen the AmaZulu mentor succeed Molefi Ntseki.
The two heavyweights coaches(Benni McCarthy and Carlos Quieroz) were heavily linked with the Bafana Bafana vacant job for quite some time only for both of them to miss out on the post as Belgian international tactician Hugo Bross was appointed as the man of the moment.The reasons why the two top giants( Benedict ''Benni'' McCarthy and Portuguese coach Carlos Quieroz) declined the post was because they were given former Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki as part of their technical team.