By Angu Lesley
Players and staff of second-tier Egyptian outfit Al Magd SC are in an inconsolable state following the death of their lead trainer Adham El-Selhedar, this Thursday, after a domestic Championship game against Al-Zarka, kick442.com can confirm.
The sad incident occured during the final moments of the game, amounting to the demise of the former Al-Sharkia and Ismaily player cum trainer.
🇪🇬SAD😭: Coach Adham El-Selhedar of Egyptian second tier side Al Magd has died a few minutes after celebrating his side goal in a match-day nine fixture played this Thursday. pic.twitter.com/mqKqLGyurL
— Kick442 (@Kick4422) December 2, 2021
The game seemed to be heading towards a 1-1 draw going into the final second, but Al Magd scored a 92nd minute winner to secure all three points, and unfortunately lose their trainer.
Unfortunately, during the goal celebrations, the trainer passed out and was rushed to the Al-Amriya hospital in Alexandria where he later died.
Medical reports have since revealed that he died of heart attack, kick442.com gathered from kingfut.com.
The strange incident has taken the shine off the Match-Day nine victory as the club’s staff grapple with the unfortunate reality.
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