The Syrian national team manager quits less than six months after his appointment
The director of the Syrian national football team, Rizwan Sheikh Hassan, has resigned from his post, less than six months after he took over the management of the national team to succeed his compatriot Fadi Al-Dabbas.
Syrian national team manager Radwan Sheikh Hassan has submitted his resignation, less than six months after he took over from his countryman Fadi Al-Dabbas.
The announcement of the resignation came through the publication of Radwan Sheikh Hassan on his official page on social networking sites "Facebook" a statement confirming his resignation, saying: "I submit my resignation from the post of director of the first team of Syria for personal reasons, and I ask God Almighty success and success for all." .
Radwan did not elaborate on the reason for his resignation, but he was previously criticized for his silence about the situation inside the national team and the lack of any action or transfer of what is happening, especially after the exit of the Syrian team earlier this month from the group championship West Asia.
On March 7, 2019, Rizwan Sheikh Hassan took over as the successor to the former President of the Football Federation and then the team manager Fadi Al-Dabbas. Al-Hurriyah and the Syrian Army, in addition to the professionalism in both the Qatar and Tunisian leagues, led to the selection of the best player in the Asian Nations in 1984 and the best Arab players in 1988.He also trained many Syrian and Arab clubs.