Veteran manager Hamada Sedky has quit his role at Egyptian Premier League club Smouha following a 3-3 draw with Aswan.
The 59-year-old took charge of Smouha last January after leaving Sudanese giants Al Hilal midway through campaign in the CAF Champions League.
Sedky returned to Smouha to replace Hossam Hassan and took charge of the club in 12 games, winning just two while drawing eight as the Blues sit 6th with nine games to go.
However following a last-minute 3-3 draw against relegation contenders Aswan, which succeeded a 2-1 defeat to Entag El-Harby, Sedky asked to be released less than a year in charge of the club.
Smouha’s board will now search for their third manager of the season, with reports linking former Aswan head coach Magdy Abdel-Aaty with the vacant role.
Abdel-Aaty is currently Entag’s assistant manager, but had a successful stint as Aswan’s head coach, before leaving them last June for personal reasons.
culled from King Fut