Egyptian Premier League side Aswan FC have just released a statement, announcing that Ahmed Koushary is no more their head coach, four months after his appointment.
Ahmed Koushary arrived at the head of Aswan in June following Magdy Abdel-Aaty’s departure. Though the 47-year-old tactician and former Egyptian striker helped the club to stay in the top-flight, he missed mercy from his employers.
“The Board of Directors of Aswan Club decided to thank Ahmed Koshary and relieve him of his duties,” the statement about Koshary reads.
Meanwhile, the club announced that Ahmed Mostafa, Ahmed Maradona and Ahmed Kamal will take charge of the club pending the signing of a new coach.