Schubert said on his Twitter account, “I offer my sincere condolences for the death of the great captain and Sheikh of coaches Taha Al-Toukhi, asking God Almighty to bless the deceased with the mercy of his mercy and to inspire his family and his relatives patience and solace.”
Al-Toukhi, born on January 20, 1937, began his career as a player in Al-Ahly club and retired at an early age due to injuries, before heading to training and achieving historic successes in leading clubs and teams in the Arab region.
Toukhi One of the most prominent training legends in the history of Egyptian and Arab football, he began his career as a coach at Al-Ahly Club for Maestro Saleh Selim’s generation, and had many successful experiences in the Arab Gulf region, led by Kuwait’s first team in 1970 to achieve the Gulf Cup title in its first edition.
Al-Toukhi took over the training of the Saudi Crescent in the eighties and is one of the most prominent experts in the game in Egypt and the Arab region.
Al-Toukhi won a great honor from the late Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, on the sidelines of the Gulf Opening Ceremony 23 4 years ago in Kuwait.
I offer my sincere condolences on the death of the great captain and the sheikh of trainers, Taha Al-Toukhi, asking the Almighty to bless the deceased with the mercy of his mercy and to inspire his family and his relatives patience and solace. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/WciyKsGZJd
– Ahmed Shobier (@ShobierOfficial) January 6, 2021