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Saudi press reports have confirmed that the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) has decided to ban Al Nasr from registering new players due to non-payment of dues to its former Portuguese coach Roy Vitoria.

Sources said FIFA decided to suspend the registration of the Al-Nasr club for one registration period due to non-payment of fees by Vitoria, a former Al-Alami coach who currently coaches the Egyptian national football team.

Journalist Ahmed Al-Sheikhy reported via his Twitter account: “Al-Nasr has been included in the list of Saudi clubs banned from registration due to non-compliance due to non-payment of sums awarded to Roy Vittoria. and his assistants, despite the expiration of the specified period, so that Al-Nasr joined other clubs, including Al-Ittihad and Al-Ahli “and youth.”

He added: “These bans are not in the best interest of Saudi football, especially when it multiplies in the form we are currently seeing, regardless of the fact that these penalties are lifted after payment.”

Roy Vittoria coached Al Nasr in early 2019 in his first experience outside his country and that season he was able to win the Saudi Arabian League after which he led Al Alami to Saudi Super Cup victory by “Al-Taawon”. Club in 2020.

Roy Vittoria was sacked from his position in December 2020, and last season he took over the preparation of Spartak Moscow and was sacked the same season before taking charge of the Egyptian national team last July. contract for 4 years.

Ricardo Gomez, Vitoria’s lawyer, managed to win a case against Al-Nasr in the Cass International Sports Court, where the coach is entitled to 8 million euros, in addition to deferred fines for termination of the contract and removal from office.

Source: media

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