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Egyptian Federation’s Appeal Committee Resolves Kahraba and Zamalek Dispute.

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The Egyptian Football Association has announced the decisions of the Appeals (Complaints) Committee, chaired by Adel Al-Shorbagi, regarding the complaints filed by Al-Ahly and his player Mahmoud Abdel Moneim “Kahraba” and Zamalek, as well as its president.

As well as the discussion of the urgent claim No. 48268 to the administrative court challenging the appointment of the Committee for Discipline, Values ​​and Ethics and the decisions made by it.

The Appeals Committee has decided to suspend consideration of the complaints filed by Al-Ahly, Kahraba, Zamalek and his President regarding the punishments of the Disciplinary Committee until May 14, until the administrative judiciary decides the case by appealing the appointment of the Disciplinary Committee.

The Egyptian Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee issued a restraining order against Al-Ahly and its attacker Mahmoud Kahraba, and banned President Zamalek Mortada Mansour from visiting stadiums for two months.

And the Disciplinary Committee decided, having considered the complaint filed by the Al-Ahly club against the president of the Zamalek club, for insulting the player Mahmoud Kahraba, as well as the complaint of the president of the Zamalek club against Kahrab, for insulting the fans of Zamalek, the following:

The president of the Zamalek Club was fined £300,000 to be paid within a month.

Deprivation of the president of the Zamalek club of access to the stadiums for a period of two months for competitions in which the Zamalek club participates.

The president of the Zamalek club, in an official letter, warned against a return to such behavior and reminded him of the disciplinary rules.

The committee also decided to penalize Al Ahly club player Mahmoud Kahrab with the following fines:

Suspension for 12 matches in competitions organized by the Football Association or the Association of Clubs.

The £1 million fine must be paid within a month.

Al-Ahli club warning against repeated use by fans of phrases or signs that violate sporting values, morals and rules.

The Al Ahly Club have been fined £200,000 to be paid within a month.

Source: agencies

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