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Bad news received by Al Ahly coach

Reports out of Portugal propose ex-Zamalek lead coach Jesualdo Ferreira is set to return to Cairo to displace Pitso Mosimane as tutor of Al Ahly, as shown by the KingFut site. 


Egyptian fans will remember Ferreira from his involvement in Egyptian beasts Zamalek where he won the local twofold [Egyptian Premier League and Egypt Cup] in his primary season in charge. 


The Portuguese guide had an unsteady reign in Zamalek with then-overseer Mortada Mansour. 


Tensions were unnecessarily serious with the end goal that Ferreira infiltrated his understanding in November 2015 and left Zamalek before his arrangement passed. 


Starting now and into the foreseeable future, the 75-year-old has had spells at Qatari side Al Sadd, Brazilian goliaths Santos, and most actually Primeira Liga side Boavista. 


If the reports are to be acknowledged, Ferreira could be rushing toward Cairo, yet this time at Zamalek's main enemies Al Ahly, as per a report from Portuguese media source FLASH. 


The report added that Ferreira has at this point agreed terms with Al Ahly to transform into their new lead coach. 


Regardless, reports suddenly in Egypt have suggested that Pitso Mosimane is set to sign an additional two-year contract with Al Ahly after rules from club president Mahmoud El-Khatib. 


El-Khatib is acknowledged to be amazed with 'Jingles' disregarding the 'Club of the Century' having engaging on the local scene where they lost both the Egyptian Premier League and the Egypt Super Cup. 


Pitso Mosimane has at any rate sorted out some way to win two successive CAF Champions League titles with Al Ahly similarly as also driving the club to the CAF Super Cup title, the 2020 Egypt Cup and their second-anytime Club World Cup bronze honor. 


Whether or not the reports out of Portugal or Egypt are substantial or not stays not yet clear!


Fresh reports suggest Pitso Mosimane will be SACKED soon! (msn.com)

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