Hajj resigned following Nejmeh’s 2-1 loss to Salam Zgharta.
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Jamal al-Hajj resigned as Nejmeh manager Monday, 24 hours after the club stumbled to their third defeat in a poor start to the season.The club have yet to name a replacement for Hajj, with former Nejmeh managers Moussa Hojeij and Egyptian Abdul-Aziz Abdul-Shafy tipped as the early frontrunners for the job.With Safa's four-point advantage hardly insurmountable with 14 games to go in the season, Nejmeh's next coach will be expected to quickly get the eight-time champions back on track.
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