CA-PASEM is ready to move on with its campaign to create a stronger team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the club’s chairman told Sky Sports News HQ.
“The time is now to look for a strong group that will be able to do the job,” said Al-Shabab chief Al-Habibi.
The announcement follows the dismissal of a number of top officials and players from CA-PSE in recent weeks.
One of the most prominent departures was former player Ali Hamed, who left for Al-Jazeera English after a five-year stint with the franchise.
CA-PSe will be without a first-team coach since former manager Youssef Zouzoun left the club in June, while former assistant coach and vice-president of football, Abderrahman Mokhtar, is also set to leave.