The Egyptian Football Association has announced the appointment of former South Africa first-team coach Carlos Queiroz as the new Egypt National Team head coach.

El-Badry had been sacked from his post on Monday, despite the team going unbeaten under his management.

Mozambican-born tactician Queiroz last worked as manager of Colombia, whom he joined after a long spell in charge of Iran between 2011 and 2019. Pitso Mosimane was also believed to be in the position of getting this job but he didn't.

Queiroz was South African National Team head coach between 2000 and 2002, after which he joined Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United where he served as an assistant in two separate spells.

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