A harsh sentence against Mustafa Mohamed because of the “insulting” Al-Badri incident

A press report confirmed that the technical staff of Egypt national teamMustafa Mohamed, the Zamalek player loaned to the Turkish Galatasaray, will not be summoned to face Libya, next October, in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, due to his recent incident with Hossam El-Badri, the former coach of the national team.

And the cameras caught Mustafa Muhammad spitting and insulting, while he was heading to the locker rooms, after the end of the Gabon match, last Sunday, in the second round of African qualifiers for the World Cup, and some interpreted it as a message to the technical staff led by Hossam Al-Badri, because of his non-participation. Essential in the match, and his descent in the last 10 minutes, and the team is behind with a goal and plays with 10 players after Omar Jaber was sent off.

And the Turkish newspaper “aksam” stated that Mustafa Mohamed will not be summoned to the two confrontations with Libya in October, due to his recent incident, with the technical staff of the Egyptian national team.

Dismissing Al-Badri and appointing Queiroz as his successor:

It is noteworthy that the temporary committee for the management of the Football Association, headed by Ahmed Mujahid, announced the day before yesterday, Wednesday, the appointment of Carlos Queiroz as technical director of the Egyptian national team, to succeed Hossam El-Badry, who was dismissed from his position last Monday, after a 1-1 draw with Gabon, in the second round of qualifying competitions. Africa qualified for the World Cup.

The new formation of the technical staff of the Egyptian national team included:
Portuguese Carlos Queiroz as technical director, Diaa El-Sayed as general coach, Mohamed Shawky as coach, and Essam El-Hadary as goalkeeper coach.

The assistant staff of Carlos Queiroz is scheduled to arrive in Cairo at the beginning of next week, and it includes a foreign assistant, a performance analyst and a rehabilitation specialist.

It is noteworthy that Queiroz began his coaching career with the Portugal national team for juniors and then youth, and also coached the Portuguese national team, and the Sporting Lisbon team. Manchester United Football Team.

Carlos Queiroz played 431 official matches in his training career, during which he succeeded in achieving victory on 182 occasions and drawing in 167 matches, while he only experienced loss in 82 matches, representing only 19% of the total number of matches.

Queiroz won 5 titles, winning the U-20 World Cup with the Portuguese national team twice in a row, as well as the Spanish Super Cup with Real Madrid, and the two Cups and the National Super Cup with Sporting Lisbon.

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