Al-Ahly club officials were keen to transfer the salary for the month of September, estimated at $ 200,000, into the account of Swiss coach Rene Fyler, before his official dismissal tomorrow.
Al-Ahly club decides to dismiss Fyler
Al-Ahly officials decided to unilaterally dismiss Fyler, taking advantage of the eligibility clause without incurring any penal conditions, which was scheduled for the period from 1 to 10 October.
Al-Ahly club decided to appoint South African Musimani as technical director of the team for two seasons, succeeding Swiss Weiler.
Al-Ahly club’s relationship with Fyler ends
The Al-Ahly club’s relationship with its Swiss coach Rene Fyler officially ended after the coach adhered to being next to his wife and son in Switzerland, especially in the Corona pandemic crisis, and his refusal of all solutions to stay with the Red Castle amidst the Al-Ahly administration’s adherence to definitively clarify Fyler’s position before traveling to end all scenarios of the sudden termination of the contract And not to return to Cairo during the legal period between the parties.
Renee Weiler booked a ticket to his native Switzerland today, Wednesday, after the end of his team’s match against Al-Arsenal in the Egyptian Cup, scheduled for eight in the evening, at Al-Ahly and Al-Salam Stadium in the round of sixteen matches of the tournament.
The last scene between Al-Ahly and Fyler remains ambiguous amid confused questions about whether the Red Castle administration intends to honor the Swiss coach for his accomplishments with Al-Ahly before packing his bags and leaving, as is the habit of the Century Club in ending his relations with his foreign coaches, or the club officials reject this method to end his relationship with Fyler on the grounds that the Swiss coach has set Al-Ahly is in trouble before the Moroccan Wydad confrontation and left in an unwanted way from the fans of the red jersey or the lack of time between the end of the Arsenal match and the date of the Fyler plane, the starring role in ending the trip without an honoring ceremony.