Abdel-Ghani: Kahraba is not Maradona … and he will be punished like El-Hadary and Coulibaly


Ebrahim Saeed

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Wed 15 Jan 2020 – 2:16 am
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Wed 15 Jan 2020 – 2:16 am

Magdi Abdel-Ghani, Magdi Abdel-Ghani, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Football Association and President of the Professional Players Association, confirmed that Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim (Kahraba), a former Zamalek player, and Al-Ahly will be punished by FIFA, indicating that the penalty will be a fine without stopping.

Abdul-Ghani said, in television statements, on the channel Echo of the Country: “Electrified, he left the Zamalek club, meaning that the contract was canceled unilaterally, and this is punishable if the Zamalek club filed a complaint against him, just as Essam Al-Hadary and Coulibaly were punished.”

He continued: “Al-Ahly paid a million dollars to the Brazilian player Hendrick, who left after a few months. The International Federation issued a ruling in favor of the player.”

He added: “My son was electrified, he is not Maradona, he is sitting in reserve, Al-Ahly did not need electricity because he has a number of players in his position, the team needs more defenders than it needs to electrify.”

He explained: “There is a fine against electrifying without stopping, according to the contract, the punishment is not for escaping, but for breaking the contract, Al-Ahly is not a party to the matter, but it involved itself with the inclusion of electrification.”

He concluded: “Al-Ahly needs defenders instead of electrifying, Azaru is the team’s top scorer, sits in reserve, and when he participates, records and performs what he has to do, Al-Ahly was the first with 11 million euros to sell Azaru.”

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