June 6, 2023

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A traffic accident is behind the sacking of the Saudi Al Hilal coach

Al-Hilal Saudi club has agreed to leave its Argentinian coach Ramon Diaz in his country until the end of the season to support his family after he was involved in a traffic accident.
The capital club announced on Sunday that Diaz’s son Emiliano will take over first-team oversight duties.
Al-Hilal saved their season by winning the King’s Cup title on penalties at the expense of Al-Wahda, losing the AFC Champions League title to Japan’s Urawa Red Diamonds, and Al-Ittihad are now fourth in the domestic league.
In his accounts on Al-Hilal social networks, Emiliano Diaz said that he will lead the technical leadership of Al-Azraq “during the remaining matches of the current season, after the management of the club agreed to leave Argentina Ramon Diaz to his country. His family after a traffic accident, which resulted in a death. resulted.” And two injuries, in March.
Emiliano will lead the “Leader” in their upcoming match against Al-Ittihad on Tuesday, followed by Tamaq, Al-Adala, Aba and Al-Raed, knowing that Al-Hilal is currently fourth with 49 points, 13 points behind. Al-Ittihad.
Diaz, whose contract with the club expires next June, bid farewell to the players and wrote a message to Al-Hilal fans on his Instagram account. I felt that this group of players were like my children, so I am grateful for all the moments we spent together.
And the former international striker continued in his farewell message, “I will carry the treatment I received from the people of this country in my heart forever.”
Diaz, 63, led Al-Hilal for two periods, the first between 2016 and 2018 and the second starting in 2022, during which he won the league title twice and was runner-up and finalist in the AFC Champions League twice. Last Club World Cup against Real Madrid.
Notably, Emiliano Diaz led Al-Hilal to a 3-0 win over Al-Etifaq in the league last March.

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