Egyptian giants, Zamalek has parted ways with head coach Augusto Ignacio after just four months at the affairs of the club.
The Portuguese trainer who missed out qualifying for the semi-finals of this season’s African Champions League have been sacked on basis of poor performances.
Ignacio, 62, was summoned to a meeting by Zamalek’s president, Mortada Mansour sparking rumours that his time at the club was almost over.
Series of meetings followed and the club hierarchy has come out to confirm that they have mutually agreed to part ways with their head coach.
Augusto Ignacio has also confirmed his exit at the Egyptian side saying; “I have ended my contract with Zamalek. Now I become one of the team’s fans”.
“I wanted my time with the club to be better but that did not happen”, he added.
“Zamalek need to be more stable, the coaches must have enough time. The players must be more professional and do their best”, the 62 year old concluded.