Former Egypt national team manager Hassan Shehata has confirmed that he was approached by Nigeria and Ghana, but the negotiations broke down.
“I don’t think about retirement. I have received offers from the Nigerian and Ghanaian national teams, but the negotiations have broken down,” Shehata said.
“I want to take a break until the end of the season after leaving Petrojet.
“I have several offers from African and Arab national teams, but I will not reveal them now,” he added.
Shehata led Egypt to three consecutive African Cup of Nation between 2006 and 2010, but since then has failed to lift a trophy despite managing giants like Zamalek, Qatari side Al-Arabi, and Morocco’s Difaâ.
Culled from New Telegraph
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