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.
Ex Orlando Pirates mentor and investigator, Michael Loftman, has joined the Egypt public group training staff drove by Portuguese chief Carlos Queiroz. Queiroz was designated as the new Egypt public group director following the takeoff of Hossam El-Badry, who was accountable for the Pharaohs for almost two years.
(Source: kingfut.com) Most South African coaches, footballer and backroom staff seems like they’re spreading their wings and moving abroad to share their football knowledge with different teams. This time around they’re flocking towards Egypt as it is one of the best footballing nations in Africa.
Orlando Pirates have seen one of their first team technical coaches hands in his resignation. By Mbedzi M Theshano (Image: Wikipedia) Michael Loftman, a first team performance analyst, has handed in his resignation just after the team's 3-0 drubbing of Kaizer Chiefs in the MTN8 last Saturday. Loftman has resigned to seek greener pastures after completing his notice period at the club. Loftman arrived at Pirates in early 2018 and had be head coach of the team's Multichoice Diski Challenge team. The English-born
Earlier today it has been reported to the media that Orlando Pirates FC has just lost one of its senior technical stuff member after he tendered in his resignation and then left the club. It is alleged that the first team performance analyst from Orlando Pirates resigned after the Buccaneers won 3 nil against their arch rivals Kaizer Chiefs. Michael Loftman is said to have resigned from his role to pursue new opportunities elsewhere hence he decided to tender his resignation application. Loftman arrived at the
Barely a day after parting ways with head coach Norman Mapeza, Chippa United have fast-tracked their search for a new coach with Orlando Pirates assistant coach Rhulani Mokwena now the new man in charge for the remaining seven matches of the season. The Chilli Boys were dealt a blow after the Zimbabwean international mentor, tendered his resignation, for apparent contractual issues that is said to have affected his relationship with the club. Mapeza steered the Port Elizabeth-based outfit to 11th position
After Saturday's 3-0 Soweto derby win against Kaizer Chiefs, Michael Loftman, first group execution examiner at Pirates, left his part to seek after new open doors having finished a notification period at the club. Having shown up in April 2018 of every an examination position, Loftman additionally went through a half year as lead trainer of Bucs' Multichoice Diski Challenge group. He leaves Pirates after 2.5 seasons with the Mayfair-based club. At the point when Rulani Mokwena was selected as Chippa United