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Salama Signs

Gouna have appointed Anwar Salama as their new coach on Sunday after he abruptly left Libyan side Ittihad one day earlier.

Salama incurred the wrath of Ittihad when he went AWOL after just two months at the helm. He opted to cut short his Libyan spell to take up Gouna’s managerial seat, which was vacant following the resignation of Ismail Youssef.

The former Ahli coach will be burdened with the task of ending Gouna’s poor run in their second season in the top flight.

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Ismail Youssef stepped down from his role as Gouna coach shortly after the coastal side lost 2-0 at home to prompted outfit Wadi Degla.

The former Zamalek stalwart handed in his resignation upon agreeing with Gouna to end his contract by mutual consent.

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Promoted Wadi Degla moved out of the Egyptian Premier League’s bottom three after scoring two late goals to claim a 2-0 away victory over Gouna on Friday.

Gouna, who were on the back foot throughout the match, wasted an opportunity to grab the lead against the run of play when they were awarded a penalty one minute after the restart.

Former Zamalek forward Gamal Hamza, Gouna’s most prominent player who terminated his deal with Egyptian champions Ahli few months after joining them in the summer, stepped up but saw his effort strike the post.

Gouna striker Ahmed Hassan Farag had a goal ruled out for offside few minutes later.

Wadi Degla had the better chances though but could not end the resistance of Gouna until the 84th minute when Mostafa Talaat broke the deadlock.

Midfielder Ashour Al-Taqui wrapped up the victory deep in stoppage time after scoring his third goal of the season.

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