The Egyptian FA will not sack their Head Coach Bob Bradley after their annihilation at the Baba Yara Stadium last Tuesday. Egypt’s FA would be force to pay the American an amount in the region of about $366,000 (£230,000) in compensation if they are to sack the former USA boss.
It’s however understood that Bradley may not be at the helm of Affairs when the second leg of the playoff is played on November 19 at Egypt’s Military Stadium in Cairo. Security was beefed up at the stadium as many fans were angered by the humiliating result suffered in Ghana.
Speaking to the BBC Egypt’s FA Boss Gamal Allam said "It is not logical to sack him and pay a big fine for the last match of his contract,"
There is also a possibility of Bradley’s Assistant Diaa El Sayed taking charge of the return match on November 19
In the last two days, the police and the army have clashed with Ahly Ultras, a fans' group who tried to attack the Ahly handball team after they were beaten to the gold medal in the Champions Handball League by a Tunisian side.
Last week, The Ghana Fa has written to FIFA to ask for the second leg of the tie to be moved from Egypt to neutral ground admits security concerns. FIFA has given Egypt's FA a deadline of October 28 to gaurante the safety of the Ghanaian contingent should the match be played in Egypt.