Amuneke Sacked By Egytian Club El-Makassa After Three Matches

Amuneke Sacked By Egytian Club El-Makassa After Three Matches

Former Super Eagles star, Emmanuel Amuneke has been sacked as the coach of Egyptian side, Misr El-Makassa after taking charge for just three matches.

Amuneke was appointed as the club’s coach in February after Hammed Mido was sacked.

The club announced in a statement that the former Super Eagles winger has been sacked to be replaced by Ehab Galal, Amuneke will take up a new role at the club.

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“We reached an agreement with Ehab Galal to lead the team and he will start on Monday as the team prepares to play against Aswan in the Egyptian League,” the statement said.

“Amuneke will be the director of the club’s academies that we are planning to launch across Africa – the first of which was recently opened in Tanzania”, El-Makkasa added.
Amuneke failed to win any of his three matches in charge of the club with two draws and one defeat.

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  • Phil 1 year ago


  • Lucky Ukhun 1 year ago

    Dear Amunike, I like your boldness. You never hesitate to try. You are not like many of your colleagues in Nigeria who are too afraid to go out there and try for the world to see, but rather looking for backdoor employment through godfather recommendation to coach our national teams even when they have never coached a primary school football team. Keep building your CV, Coach Amunike and in the process, gaining more coaching experience. I admire your bold heart a lot.

  • De-Star 1 year ago

    Sorry Amunike, It is unfortunate you are coming from a bad country that doesn’t helping her own nor helping their past hero and instead waste tax payers money on outsiders because of skin , otherwise how could you have left a country of super eagles team that has avalanche of players across major clubs in Europe to managing a Lilliputian team of Tanzania ( that no one can remember when last decade  the country qualified for African Nation cup , nor World Cup tournament nor ever won any medals in the Nations Cup) and yet you were fired despite qualifying Tanzania to the elusive African Nations cup even with backlog of unpaid salary . You move ahead coach a relegated team, you proved a point with 3 matches loosing only one match against the club’s previous records of being a whipping team ; your employers really appreciated your brilliant coaching prowess hence not sacking you outright but redeploys with a role where your technical inputs would still be of a great invaluable to the club , working underground doing the dirty jobs while the coach would be taken subsequent glory and most importantly your employers are simultaneously indirect telling you to go back to your country and speak sense into your no future ambition football federations NFF to invest in a Potential world beater Coach like you rather than wasting money on foreign coaches. Algeria and Senegal appointed their local coaches gave them financial incentives that could have been wasted on foreign coaches and the result was gold and sliver medals where our over pampered average coach Rohr could only managed to get Bronze medal.
    Until, NFF leadership put its faith on our own locals with salary and conditions of service ( even half of what is given to Rohr ), we will not achieve any gold medal . I just hope our coaches will wake up one day to get treatment of Donald Trump of visa ban  

  • Pompei 1 year ago

    You sack somebody, and then give them another role in the same organization. Strange. Stranger still, you sack somebody within one month of hiring them. I am almost tempted to ask – What are they smoking at this club? Clueless much? It seems they brought Amuneke on board without a vision of what they want him to accomplish in the long term. However, just in case there is a rational explanation for these bizarre events, I will investigate further to see what’s really going on. The only justification for these actions is if Amuneke somehow acted in an unethical, or grossly immoral manner. But in that case, why assign him to another role within the same club? Hmmm, orisirisi.

    • KangA 1 year ago

      Really strange actions here. Let’s wait for things to unfold. It would be rash your judge with no information; neither would it be wise to advise what  Amuneke should do. After all can one advise someone eating nuts to take a gulp of water?

  • Obidee 1 year ago

    Inpatient is what the chairman of the club lack..just three matches and he judge.. Two draws and one lost is not a bad result and what is the guarantee the new coach will win all their remaining games… They cld have allow him up to 8 matches to ascertain his capacity of leading the team but definitely not with three matches played

  • Oakfield 1 year ago

    Well, 2 draws and one defeat is not bad for a coach who was given the task of rescuing an already drowning club from relegation. The draws are equivalent to winnings since the club had lost most of their games prior to his appointment. I believe they should have given him enough time for the team to adapt to his philosophy. They just shot themselves in the foot bcs the newly appointed coach won’t perform better than amunike. In fact, the psychology of the team has already been battered hence the changing of the coach won’t do them any good. Its just likened to beating a dead horse. I see Arabian politics written all over this unfortunate disengangement. If he were an Arab or a Muslim, I really don’t think the story would’ve been the same. Keep your head up man, u still remain one of our most revered greatest. Claps!!!