Previously he worked in Israel and Salah refused to play with him. Biography of the expected coach of the Egyptian national team

“Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: According to press reports in the past few hours, the Portuguese coach Paulo Sousa is the closest to leading the Egyptian team in the next period. The Egyptian Football Association is currently working on hiring a new foreign manager to lead the “Pharaohs”, after the contract with Ihab Galal, who has only played 3 games, (1-0 win over Guinea, 0-2 defeat against Ethiopia, and a South Korea friendly) has been terminated. 1-4). Sousa began his coaching career as an assistant manager for the Portuguese national team in 2008, but did not play any matches for the European Seleção and worked as a manager for England’s Queens Park Rangers team for just 3 months, according to the RT site. web. The 51-year-old continued to work in the English Premier League, coaching Swansea City for a full season, and then Leicester City from July to October 2010. Subsequently, Souza moved on to coach Hungarian team Videoton Wehrevar and continued with him from June 2011 to January 2013, year in which he passed to the manager of Maccabi Tel Aviv, one of the greatest club Israelis, and with him he won the local championship, in the period in which he worked until June 2014, and Egyptian star Mohamed Salah played against him and scored a goal against his team during his tenure with Swiss Basel in Europa Champions League. Paulo Sousa also coached Swiss Basel for a year between 2014 and 2015, and crowned him with the Scudetto, before coaching Italian Fiorentina for two years from 2015 to 2017, after the period in where Mohamed Salah played for Viola, where Polo asked Salah not to leave for Roma, and to play under his guidance, but Salah then moved to Roma, to then have a brief experience with the Chinese team Tianjin Tianhai. In Sousa’s last 3 experiences, he started his mission with Bordeaux, in France, from March 2019 to August 2020, and then coached the Polish national team in the last qualifiers to the Nations Cup and the World Cup, before concluding this trip so far with the Brazilian Flamengo team, and with him he has only played 32 games. Paulo Sousa had previously led the Egyptian Mohamed Elneny, Arsenal star in 42 previous games, and Ahmed Hamoudi, current player of Al-Masry Al-Port Said in 20 games, while he was with the Swiss Basel.