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Samir Kamouna, the coach of the team born in 2001 in Zed Club, revealed FilGoal.com On his rejection of Aswan’s offer to join the new technical staff led by Ayman Al-Ramadi.
Kamouna said in his statements to FilGoal.com: “I apologized to Aswan Club for not working in the technical staff led by Ayman Al-Ramadi.”
“I wish them success, and I continue to lead the 2001 team at Zed,” he added.
He explained, “Ayman al-Ramadi contacted me in the morning to work with him in the Aswan apparatus, and my response was to allow me to respond to him.”
“My response was to apologize for not joining, and I apologize to the board of directors led by Al-Shafi’i Saleh and Ayman Al-Ramadi, and I wish them success.”
Aswan Club announced the signing of Ayman Al-Ramadi to coach the team, replacing Rabie Yassin.
Yassin resigned from the Aswan coach after losing in the first 3 rounds of the Egyptian League.
Aswan explained that Ramadi will arrive next Wednesday to begin his mission with the team.
Ramadi is an Egyptian coach who has spent most of his career in the United Arab Emirates.
Al-Ramadi previously trained the clubs of Sharjah, Ittihad Kalba, Al Dhafra and Ajman in the UAE league.
During his training career, Al-Ramadi played in Arab Contractors, Fayoum, Damietta, Al-Qanat and Aswan, and he was injured in the cruciate ligament, which forced him to retire from football.
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