Talaat Youssef announced his resignation from his job as Ismaily head coach following the club president’s ‘insulting’ statement.

Youssef didn’t have a great start with Ismaily this season as the team lost their two opening games in the league against Al Ahly and Ceramica Cleopatra

However, Youssef was not leading the team on the pitch after he tested positive for COVID-19 at the start of the season.

El-Komy who was elected as new club president spoke about the football team situation and threatened to change the technical staff if he doesn’t see improvements.

Talaat didn’t like being threatened and angrily responded to the president’s threats claiming it’s unacceptable.

The 66-year-old head coach then announced that he severed his ties with the club, wishing them the best of luck in the future

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