Egyptian Premier League side Entag El-Harby offered Essam El-Hadary a goalkeeping coach role. But the Egypt legendary goalkeeper has turned down this opportunity.
El-Hadary had announced his retirement from football in 2019. This after he had had a short stint at former Egyptian Premier League side Nogoom FC.
After revealing he received an offer to make his comeback, El-Hadary announced that he has officially hung up his boots. And he will shift his focus towards coaching.
The 48-year-old was offered a goalkeeping coach role by Tunisian giants Etoile du Sahel. With El-Hadary set to reunite with former manager Jorvan Vieira.However, talks fell through as El-Hadary revealed complications preventing him from taking the goalkeeping coach role at Etoile du Sahel.
The former Al Ahly man then took on a managerial role as El-Hadary confirmed that he became the new president of second-division Emirati side Liwa FC.
And on Thursday, reports confirmed that El-Hadary rejected a goalkeeping coach role at Egyptian Premier League side Entag El-Harby.The club have been going through a turbulent time recently. As longest-serving Egyptian Premier League manager Mokhtar Mokhtar resigned from his role as head coach.
The club then replaced Mokhtar with another veteran manager in Hamada Sedky. As he looks to turn things around for the military club.
Entag are currently 17th in the Egyptian Premier League standings with five points after seven games played.