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Pitso Mosimane set to part ways with Al Ahly following a poor performance



Former Al Ahly player Hesham Hanafy, head coach Pitso Mosimane of Red Devils, predicts he will soon be sacked.

Mosimane has been on fire these last few weeks since Al Ahly failed in Egyptian Premier League and Egyptian Super Cup, winning two Caf Champions Leaguen titles with red devils.

The Egyptian giants are now in conversation with a german coach, who may replace the old Bafana Bafana Coach. Hanafy says Mosimane is leaving very soon.

Hanafy stated al-Hayah TV as cited by Egytian Kingfut website, “I have confirmed from the club that Reda Shehata [El-Gouna head coach] will be joining the technical team of al-Ahly [to replace Cavin Johnson].

“I think that the team’s performance isn’t comforting, and I don’t believe the players improve, Mosimane won’t go on with Al Ahly.

“Every team faced by Al Ahly will tighten its defense line and the Reds will fight and victory with many difficulties. “The performance is become regular.

“There is something that is taking on in Germany [alluding the notion that Cairo Giants are negotiating with a German coach], and I doubt that Mosimana is going to continue with Al Ahly,” he concluded.

In the meantime, Samy Komsan, Al Ahly general coach, admitted they were deceptive but maintained that the bad performance was due to excessive pressure on the team.

When Komsan remarked that Al Ahly was unlucky “at critical moments,” after winning the Enpi red Devils’ 1-0 at round 16 of the Egypt Cup on Saturday.

“For players and coaching staff to recover confidence, the ENPPI encounter has been very essential.

This is a crucial match for the fans, for whom, after recent failures, we must apologize. Sometimes in key times you’re unlucky,” Komsan said to Al Ahly TV.

“The technical staff and players naturally have faults, but you can’t win all at long last, most importantly to get back and adjust your performance and restore trust.

“When a championship is lost, anyone who loves Al Ahli complains. We are always familiar with supporters’ successes and joys, and they are not always pleased until we win.

“I am grateful to the players for the effort and triumph in the face of a tenacious coaching squad.”

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