On the eve of Egypt’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Niger, new manager Javier Aguirre revealed a little bit about how he plans to run things at the Pharaohs’ helm.
Newly-signed Egypt manager Javier Aguirre has hired a bevy of Spaniards to help navigate the Pharaohs’ next four years.
New faces abound as Javier Aguirre names his first squad as Egypt manager ahead of the Pharaohs’ Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Niger.
Egypt was the FIFA World Ranking’s biggest loser in August, plummeting 20 spots to 65th internationally and 11th in Africa.
It had to happen sometime. The man, the myth, the legend Essam El-Hadary finally whistled full-time on his international football career this week at the age of 45.
Javier Aguirre has been chosen as Egypt’s next national team manager, succeeding Argentine Hector Cuper.
The Egyptian Football Association has shortlisted four potential managers to take over as coach of Egypt’s national team.
Egyptian Football Association officials are split on who to hire as the Pharaohs’ new manager.
Iran manager Carlos Queiroz has reportedly rejected an offer to take over as Egypt manager, according to local media.
The Egyptian Football Association has entered preliminary contract negotiations with Herve Renard and Luiz Scolari, according to reports.