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Egypt Sacks Javier Aguirre, President Abou-rida Resigns After AFCON Exit

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The Pharaohs last-16 exit at the Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday proved costly for the Mexican manager and his staff
Egypt sacked head coach Javier Aguirre following their shock elimination in the round of 16 at the Africa Cup of Nations .

Aguirre’s Egypt were left stunned on Saturday as the AFCON hosts lost 1-0 to South Africa in Cairo, where the Pharaohs failed to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2004.
Afterwards, Egyptian Football Association (EFA) president Hany Abou-Rida announced his resignation and confirmed the departure of the entire technical and administrative staff.

Despite his resignation, Abou-Rida – who also called for members of the board to step down – said he will continue in his position as head of the organising committee of the 2019 AFCON.

Egypt appointed Mexican boss Aguirre following their group-stage exit at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Former Japan and Mexico coach Aguirre signed a four-year deal to replace Hector Cuper last year.

“I am the one responsible [for Egypt’s exit],” Aguirre said at the post-match news conference.

“I’m responsible for all the selections and the end results, but I’m still proud of this group of players.”
Aguirre, who has managed the likes of Mexico, Japan and Atletico Madrid in his long tenure as a coach, seemed resigned to his fate as well.

“The next step will be decided after I meet with the Egyptian FA board tomorrow,” he said following the match, though the decision was apparently taken to part ways prior to any meeting on Sunday.

And the manager believes the game was decided by his side’s inability to put away their scoring chances against Bafana Bafana.

“The game was open and witnessed scoring chances; the only difference was that South Africa scored a goal that helped them to qualify.
“We also had our chances but couldn’t convert them,” he concluded.

Having won the competition three times of the four occasions they’d hosted the finals before this year’s showpiece, defeat at the hands of South Africa means Egypt won’t be making it four triumphs in five on home soil.

The side carried heavy expectations coming into the event despite a poor showing at the World Cup in Russia, with Mohamed Salah fit and expected to take on a star role this summer.

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David Beckham is seen parked illegally and using a phone weeks after completing driving ban

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Footballing legend David Beckham has been spotted parking illegally on a yellow line while holding his phone at the wheel.

The 44-year-old looked to be texting while sat at a busy junction in West London, with other drivers having to pull out to pass his £146,000 Mercedes-AMG G63.

The father-of-four has recently completed a driving ban and could now face further fines after he left his engine running for over twenty minutes.

He also had his headlights and wipers on and was using his mobile device in a car that was not safely parked.

 

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Mertesacker And Ozil Clash After Arsenal Defeat

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Arsenal assistant coach Per Mertesacker was seen in a heated exchange with Mesut Ozil at the end of last night’s defeat at Brighton.

The loss means Arsenal are on their worst run of form for 42 YEARS and the German pair were clearly not happy about it.

The defeat means the Gunners have not won in nine and the last time they went ten without a win was way back in March 1977.

Goals from Adam Webster and Neal Maupay either side of Alexandre Lacazette’s equaliser meant the North Londoners slip to tenth in the table.

And the angry feeling was clearly too much for Ozil as he was seen shouting and gesticulating at his former international and club team-mate.

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Everton FC Sack Marco Silva As Manager

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Everton have sacked manager Marco Silva after 18 months, with the club in the Premier League relegation zone after their Merseyside derby humiliation.

Wednesday’s 5-2 defeat by Liverpool at Anfield was their ninth of the season and leaves them 18th in the Premier League after three successive losses.

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