Egypt appoints former Manchester United coach as El-Badry’s replacement


Former Manchester United assistant coach Carlos Queiroz has been appointed as the new head coach of Egypt.

Queiroz was named as Hossam El-Badry’s replacement, the latter was sacked two days ago after the world cup qualifier against Gabon.
El-Badry was in-charge for just nine games (5W, 4D), but was heavily criticized for the team’s lack of excitement.
The Egypt FA’s announcement of the new Coach was done on social media, Wednesday.

Queiroz, 68, was the former head coach of Portugal Iran and Colombia, but was more famous in his role as assistant manager to Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
Despite his long managerial career, Queiroz has only lifted three trophies as a manager, namely the 2004 Spanish Super Cup, the 1995 Portuguese Cup with Sporting, and the Portuguese Super Cup the following year.


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