Rene Fyler, the former coach of Al-Ahly club, revealed the reasons for his departure from the Red Castle, over the past few days, a few weeks before the CAF Champions League semi-finals.
Fyler explained that his assistant David Sezas infection with the new Corona virus was one of the reasons for his departure from Al-Ahly Club in the recent period, indicating that he felt lonely after that.
Weiler said in statements on Swiss television that reported some riots in the Al-Ahly and Sudanese Crescent match in the African Champions League: “There was no crisis between me and the club management. My departure was forPersonal reasons only. “
He added: “My assistant David Siza was infected with the Coronavirus and so I was alone and feeling completely lonely, especially since I had not seen my family for a long time. So I had to make a decision.”
وأكمل: “Until last February, my family could visit me once in Cairo, after that it did not happen again, and I stayed away from them for a very long time. “
The Board of Directors of Al-Ahly Club, headed by Mahmoud Al-Khatib, decided last Thursday to end the contractual relationship with Renee Fyler and his assistants David Siza and Thomas Pinckel, to be succeeded by Pitso Musimane, who was contracted for two seasons.