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Carlos Queiroz Named As Egypt New Head Coach

Carlos Queiroz Named As Egypt New Head Coach

The Egyptian Football Association has officially appointed the newest head coach of the national football team, Carlos Queiroz.

The Portuguese coach has worked with Manchester United and Real Madrid, and has coached the national teams of Portugal, Colombia, Iran, and South Africa, amongst others.


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Queiroz will lead Egypt’s technical staff, with Diaa Elsayed acting as general coach, Mohamed Shawky as coach, and ex-goalie and record breaker Essam El Hadary as goalkeeping coach.

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He will arrive in Cairo next week, and will be accompanied by a performance analyst and rehabilitation specialist of his choosing.

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  • Coachie 2 weeks ago

    Welcome back to Africa once again Oga Carlos!
    Former coach of portugal, Colombia, Iran and “South Africa”.
    We definitely know those who can afford you, pay you regularly as at when due and provide you an enabling environment, infrastructure and support. On the other hand, we sure know those who cannot.
    May you walk and never stumble

    • Footballfanatic 2 weeks ago

      If they like they can hire Ancelotti. Queiroz doesn’t have a good track record with National team’s either. He was known as Ferguson’s assistant but other than that tell me which country he did well with. When he coached Real Madrid they finnished 4th or 5th that season. The Egyptians think the Nation’s cup is their birth right after winning it like 7 times but the current day reality is that their team lacks depth with only one superstar. One major thing that has always worked for them is the cohesiveness of the team due to most of their players playing in the same club locally.

  • I knew they had probably going for foreign coach was the reason behind that man sack. This are country where football is run well with very standard facilities that you can compare to anywhere in the world but they know the importance of a foreign technical expertise unlike ours here that some idiot fans will be clamouring for local coach outt of sentiment even though their local coach in Egypt is way better than our own.