By Brian Bariyo Tumuramye
Egypt: Former Uganda Cranes coach Sebastien Desabre has been unveiled by Pyramids FC on Monday 8 July after mutual termination of his contract with Federation of Uganda’s Football Association (FUFA).
Desabre was unveiled at the 30th June Military stadium in Cairo, barely 24 hours after FUFA announced his departure for the national team.
The well attended press conference was graced by the Pyramids Football Club chairman Hossam Elbadry who warmly welcomed the coach.
Elbadry, was flanked by the vice chairman of the club, Mamdoh Eid during the launch.
Pyramids Football Club is owned by a filthy rich United Arab Emirates (UAE), businessman, Salem Al-Shamsy.
Desabre signed a two year employment contract at his new home as he expressed gratitude upon return to Egypt.
This is the second club that Desabre will handle in Egypt after having previously served at Ismaily before joining Uganda Cranes in December 2017.
The UEFA A licensed tactician returns to club football having clocked a year and six months on national team service.
He had previously coached ESC Rocheville in France (as an assistant coach), ASEC Mimosas, CS Garoua, ES Tunis, Club Recreativo Desportivo Libolo, Dubai Club, JS Saoura and Morocco’s Wydad Athletic Club.