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Hassan Shehata

Hassan Shehata (Arabic: حسن شحاتة‎) (born 19 June1949) is an Egyptian football coach and former player, currently thehead coach of the Egyptian national team. He led Egypt to three successive titles at the African Cup of Nations in the years 2006, 2008 and 2010 tobecome the first African nation to achieve this streak/record.
Football career

  • Played for Zamalek from 1967-1968 & 1971-1983
  • Played for Kazma (Kuwait) 1968-1971
  • Played for Al Arabi (Kuwait) During Asian Club Cup
Goalscoring statistics

  • Scored 10 goals for Egypt in African cups of nations
  • Scored 22 Goals for Zamalek in African Club Cups
  • Scored 88 Goals for Zamalek in Egyptian League (Twice top scorer)
  • Scored 22 Goals for Zamalek in Egyptian Cup
National team

  • Played for National team 1972-1980
  • Played for Egypt in 3 African cups of nations Egypt 1974, Ghana 1978, Nigeria 1980.
Coaching career

Club career summary

1983-1984 & 1984-1985 - Zamalek under 20 team (Won league)
1985/86 - Assistant first team coach of Zamalek
1986 to 1988 - Al Wasl FC (UAE)
1989/1990 - Mareekh club manager (Sudan)
1990/92 - Shourta club manager (Oman)
1992/93 - Ittihad club manager (Egypt)
1993/1994 - Shourta club manager (Oman)
1995/1996 - Assistant first team coach of Zamalek
1996/97 - Menia club manager (Egypt) (promoted to first division)
1997/98 - Sharqeya club manager (Egypt) (promoted to first division)
1998/99 - Shams club manager (Egypt)
1999/2000 - Suez club manager (Egypt) (promoted to first division)
2001 to 2003 - Egyptian U-20Youth Team (won African Cup of Nations and reached the World Cupquarter-finals)
2003/2004 - Mekawleen club manager (Egypt) (won Egyptian cup, Egyptian supercup and promoted to first division) Egyptian national team

In 2004, Shehata became Egyptian national team coach after the sack of Italiancoach Marco Tardelli.[citation needed] In the 2006 African Cup of Nations, which was hostedby Egypt, hemanaged to bring Egypt to the finals against Côte d'Ivoire.Egypt won the game and the cup.
However, during the African Cup semi-final against Senegal, Shehata had aserious row with then Tottenham Hotspur's striker Mido, when Mido reacted badly to beingsubstituted.[1]Shehata was vindicated minutes later when Amr Zaki,the player replacing Mido, scored the winning goal and brought Egypt into thefinal. Shehata did allow Mido to accept his medal at the closing ceremonies ofthe African Cup of Nations, after Mido had made a public apology a few daysbefore.[2]|} Honours

Honors as a player

For Zamalek

  • 1 Egyptian league title for Zamalek 1977/78
  • 3 Egyptian Cups for Zamalek 1974/75,1976/77,1978/79


  • 2 times Egyptian League top scorer (1976/77 & 1979/80)
  • 3rd best African footballer of the year 1974 (France Football)
  • Best Footballer in Asia 1970
  • Best Footballer in African Cup 1974
  • Best Footballer in Egypt 1976
  • Received Egyptian Merit of Sport 1980
Honors as a manager

For Egypt

  • African Cup of Nations Champion 2010
  • African Cup of Nations Champion 2008
  • African Cup of Nations Champion 2006
  • African Youth Cup of Nations Champion 2003
  • As manager of Egyptian youth team he qualified for World Cup under 20 years

For Mekawleen

  • Egypt Cup 2003/2004

  • Egyptian Super Cup 2004


  • Promoted Menia , Sharquia & Suez to Division I in 3 successive seasons

Shehata nicknamed by fans while football career El Me'alem (Arabic: المعلم‎ English: The Master)and El-Embrator (Arabic: الإمبراطور‎ English: The Emperor)
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