Al Masry have officially sacked Tarek El-Ashry after their defeat against Al Ahly in the Egyptian Premier League, according to Kingfut.com
The Portsaid-based side suffered a 2-0 defeat on Wednesday as goals from Aliou Badji and Hamdi Fathi condemned Al Masry to their sixth defeat under El-Ashry.
The 55-year-old took charge of Al Masry back in February after sacking Ehab Galal following a poor run of form.
However, El-Ashry couldn’t turn around Al Masry’s season as they sit in the relegation zone at 16th place with 21 points after 20 games played.
Overall, El-Ashry has managed Al Masry for eight games, where he won two and lost six games in total.
El-Ashry is a veteran coach in Egyptian football and achieved silverware during his long stint at Haras El Hodood winning the Egypt Cup twice in 2009 and 2010 and triumphing the Egyptian Super Cup in 2009.