Former Egypt and Al Ahly midfielder Mohamed Emara doesn't figure Pitso Mosimane will be sacked by the club any time soon.
Nonetheless, having given up their association title and lost the Egyptian Super Cup, Emara feels Al Ahly can't bear to lose the Egypt Cup.
Should Al Ahly lose to ENPPI, that will be the stopping point for Mosimane, as per Emara.
However, most importantly, Emara said Mosimane's strategies are unconvincing and powerless, and for his purposes, that is the explanation Al Ahly have battled as of late.
"Losing the association isn't the apocalypse, yet losing the Super Cup affirms that there are strategic mistakes by the mentor," Emara revealed to OnTime Sport TV.
"He couldn't deal with the game accurately and I accept didn't give their everything, with all due regard for El-Gaish. Al Ahly were clear top picks as far as players and execution," he said.
"Mosimane's exhibition is unconvincing and powerless, and this is my perspective on him since he assumed responsibility for Al Ahly, in spite of the fact that I was assaulted.
"On the off chance that Al Ahly lose the Egypt Cup, the staff will absolutely leave the group, and ENPPI is a decent group that was influenced by the takeoff of a portion of its stars, however it has a competent mentor like Helmy Tolan," he clarified.
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