Hamada Sedky leaves Al Hilal, takes charge of Smouha

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Hamada Sedky has been confirmed as Smouha’s new manager a month only after taking charge of Sudan’s Al Hilal.

Sedky was appointed as Sudanese giants Al-Hilal manager on December 11, taking charge of the club in two CAF Champions League games.

He helped them earn a historic victory in Tunisia over Etoile du Sahel, before suffering a 2-1 defeat at home.

Only a day after the loss, Sedky has resigned from his position in order to return back to Smouha to replace Hossam Hassan.

Hassan alongside his twin Ibrahim, have parted ways with the Blues, with their last game as the club’s manager coming in a 0-0 draw with Haras El-Hodood on Sunday.

It will be Sedky’s second stint as Smouha manager after managing the club for 31 games between 2013 and 2014.

The club enjoyed their best season under Sedky as they finished second in 2013/2014 Egyptian Premier League season, losing the title on goal difference to Al Ahly, before losing the Egypt Cup final to Zamalek, thanks to a last-minute goal from Hazem Emam.

The 59-year-old has also had stints at Wadi Degla, ENPPI, and El-Gouna, as well as the Egypt U19 national team.

Sedky’s staff will see the presence of former Egypt and Al Ahly goalkeeping coach Ahmed Nagy, as well as the likes of Ahmed Abdel-Fattah and Khamis Gaafar as coaches.

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