CAIRO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Al Ahli coach Hossam Al Badri
handed in his resignation on Monday, a day after Egypt's most
successful club suffered their first league defeat of the
The club's television channel reported that Badri, who began
his playing career with Al Ahli in the 1970s, quit along with
his entire staff after a 3-1 loss to Ismaili left them in second
place in the league, six points behind arch-rivals Zamalek.
Al Ahli said the board had not yet decided whether to accept
Badri coached Al Ahli to their sixth successive league title
last season but the club were knocked out of the African
Champions League in October after losing to Tunisia's Esperance
in the semi-finals.
Badri, the first Egyptian to coach the team since 1993, was
handed the reins at the club last year after Portuguese Manuel
Jose left to coach Angola's national team.
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