(born 19 June 1949) is an Egyptian football coach and former player, he is currently the head coach of Qatari club Al-Arabi. He was the head coach Egyptian national team from to He led Egypt to three successive titles at the African Cup of Nations in the years 2006, and to become the first African nation to achieve this streak/record.
Bradley, who took over Egypt's national team after the departure of Hassan Shehata, had said: “It's clear that this was not a typical case of fan violence. There are camera reports that the gate was shut; one of the first things you ...http://keirradnedge.com/
With Egypt drawing against Senegal in the semi-final of the African Cup of Nations and time running out, manager Hassan Shehata decided it was time to give Mido the hook. Mido disagreed prompting this hissy-fit and ...http://paddypowerblog.wordpress.com/
Well perhaps it was from 62 year-old Hassan Shehata – manager of Egyptian team Zamalek. He has down to a tee. The key here is the nonchalance that follows Shehata's immaculate skill. He shirks a celebratory fist-pump for ...http://www.offthepost.info/
Zamalek fans have also continued to show their undying support for their club even with having Hassan Shehata as their new head coach, who later claimed to have supported the revolution. Most fans didn't believe those ...http://www.just-football.com/
The uprising affected the sport in the country, with many high-profile and highly-paid players like Mohammed Abou-Trika and Ahmed Hassan staying silent, while national team manager Hassan Shehata and the well known ...http://inbedwithmaradona.com/journal
Amongst myriad problems for national coach Hassan Shehata is the fact that his Pharaohs side started their qualifying group more sluggishly than a well-fed sloth, with a home draw against Sierra Leone, which was then ...http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/piersedwards/