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Pyramids source: Takis Junias is the closest to succeeding Arruabarina in the leadership of the team

An informed source within the Pyramids club confirmed that the Greek Takis Junias, the former coach of the Tigris Valley, is the closest to taking over the technical leadership of the team, succeeding the Argentine coach, Rodolfo Arruabarina, who was sacked against the background of the team's farewell to the African Confederation Championship after the loss from Moroccan Raja in the semi-finals, and decided Pyramids management that the new coach is a foreigner who has previously worked in the Egyptian League.

The source revealed that Takis Junias watched the last Pyramids match in the General League in front of Smouha from the stands to determine the level of the players, which is the confrontation that Pyramids lost by three clean, and more than one coach had refused to train Pyramids to succeed Arruabarina, most notably the Swiss Rene Weiler, the former coach of Al-Ahly and the duo Hossam Hassan and Ali Maher, who refused to coach the team because of their desire to continue with their clubs Al Ittihad of Alexandria and Al Masry of Port Said.

The Argentine coach, Rodolfo Arruabarina, received the full penalty clause from the management of his club, after he was informed of the decision to dismiss him against the background of the team's bid farewell to the African Confederation Championship, after losing to Moroccan Raja in the semi-finals of the tournament.

Aruabarina took over the leadership of Pyramids on November 11, 2020, and his contract with the team extends until November 2022. He led the team in 36 matches, won 18 matches, drew in 11 matches, received 7 defeats, Pyramids scored 55 goals under his leadership, while his nets conceded 36 goals, The biggest defeat he received was 4/2 against Ceramica. Under his leadership, Pyramids occupies 8th place in the league table.