Zamalek have wasted no time in appointing a new technical team after confirming former Orlando Pirates head coach Milutin Sredojević as their new mentor.
After his shock resignation from Orlando Pirates was confirmed on Friday evening, Sredojević was confirmed as the new head coach of the Egyptian giants hours later by president Mortada Mansour.
However, the Serbian only officially signed his one-year contract with the White Knights on Tuesday morning at the club's head quarters.
At his unveiling Mansour admitted the 'Micho' was his third-choice behind Ramon Diaz and Jesualdo Ferreira but failed reach agreements with his initial targets.
And the former Buccaneers boss accepted the offer in principal immediately after he was contacted telephonically, according to Egyptian publication Filgoal.
Now, as the 49-year-old begins his duty as the 16th manager during the controversial presidents' five-year tenure, his new coaching staff has been announced.
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According to the club's official website, former Zamalek stars Abdel-Aziz and Abdel-Raouf have been hired as Micho's assistant and vice-assistant respectively.
Zamalek's next competitive fixture arrives next Wednesday in the quarter-finals of the Egyptian Cup with a clash against Misr El Makasa at Al Salam stadium.