Wednesday 15 January 2020
Magdy Abdel-Ghani, President of the Professional Players Association, confirmed the validity of Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim’s “electrification” contract with Zamalek before his recent move to Al-Ahly, noting that the player would be subject to financial sanctions from the International Football Association.
Abdel-Ghani, in the hospitality of the “Match” program, via “Echo Al-Balad” channel, on Wednesday morning, said: “Kahraba left his club Zamalek and canceled the contract unilaterally, and he will be punished, as happened with Essam Al-Hadary and Soleimani Coulibaly.”
He added: “Electa got a temporary international card, and Zamalek is supposed to file a complaint against the player in FIFA.”
He continued: “Electrification will be subjected to a financial fine and will not be stopped, I do not see that this case is an escape, but the annulment of a contract from one party, and Al-Ahly is not a party to the crisis.”
And the former Al-Ahly star concluded: “He will sit back-up because we have many players in the offensive line, headed by scorer Walid Azzaro.”
Kahraba participated with Al-Ahly in the last two games, after Swiss coach Rene Weiler pushed him as an alternative in the two matches against FC Egypt in the League and Platinum Zimbabwe in the African Champions League.
It is noteworthy that the 25-year-old moved to Al-Ahly during the current winter transfer period, after he broke his contract with the Portuguese footballer, Portugal, and signed a contract with the Premier League leaders for a period of 4 and a half years.