Egyptian Premier League side Ismaily have sacked their head coach Didier Gomes Da Rosa.
The Frenchman was at the helm of the club for seven months, managing only ten games. He won three, drew four, and lost three.
His sacking came following a winless run of six matches, leaving them ninth in the league standings with 24 points after 20 games.
He replaced Serbian manager Miodrag Jesic, but was not able to return the Brazilians of Egypt back to their historic ways.
Turkish side Kasimpasa are currently chasing Ismaily’s star centre back and captain Baher Elmohamady, leaving the club in a vulnerable spot during this time.
The 50-year-old French manager Gomes has worked in Africa for the past eight years, leading Guinean giants AC Horoya before moving to Egypt.