A football coach has been reportedly passed away during a goal celebration.
Reports suggest that the coach suffered a heart attack when his side were celebrating and he passed away.
The incident happened on Thursday afternoon when his side were playing against Al-Zarka in Egypt’s second division League.
On a game that was heading to a goalless draw after both sides could not score withing the 90 minutes, El-Magd score a late winner and secured the three points.
According to Egyptian publication Kingfut, after El-Selhedar fainted he was quickly rushed to the hospital where he was then declared dead due to a heart attack he suffered during the celebrations.
The coach is from Egypt, during his playing days he used to play as a center back before he retired to become a coach.
Among the teams he coached in Egypt is Ismaily as a caretaker coach in 26 August 2020.
El-Selhedar was 42 years of age and may his soul rest in peace.
Source: iDiski Times
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