Aguirre’s system eliminates the need for a playmaker, allowing two pressing wing-forwards to hug inside while the wing-backs advance to take their place. At least one central midfielder than veers forward in support. This results in no less than six, often seven players aiding in attack.
On the eve of Egypt’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Niger, new manager Javier Aguirre revealed a little bit about how he plans to run things at the Pharaohs’ helm.
Egypt was the FIFA World Ranking’s biggest loser in August, plummeting 20 spots to 65th internationally and 11th in Africa.
Javier Aguirre has been chosen as Egypt’s next national team manager, succeeding Argentine Hector Cuper.
The search for Egypt’s new manager is in full-swing, but just how close are the Pharaohs to finding Héctor Cúper’s successor?
Egypt’s next national team manager will probably be a foreigner, according to the Egyptian Football Association’s Khaled Lateef.
Egyptian Football Association chief Hany Abou Rida says the search for the next Egypt national team manager has begun.