Omar Rabih Yassin confirmed in the “Number One” program on “Al-Nahar” channel, that the French Patrice Carteron, the former technical director of Zamalek, and the current Saudi cooperation director, is making intensive contacts with Sassi in order to persuade him to move to the Saudi League, which the player welcomes in light of the financial return. He will receive it annually.
Omar Rabie explained that Sassi’s contract with Zamalek ends at the end of next season, and he is entitled to sign for any club next January without obtaining the approval of his club officials.
According to the Football Association’s penalties list, in the event that any non-sporting act is issued against the referee or his assistants, the penalty will be a four-match suspension and a fine.
In the event of assaulting the referee or one of his assistants during the match, a penalty will be imposed on the player of up to 8 matches to be suspended and a fine of up to 50 thousand pounds.
Ferjani Sassi, the Zamalek player, in the Al-Masry meeting, removed the stethoscope from Amin Omar, who ruled the meeting and objected to his decisions and assaulted him.
The penalty of suspension expected to be imposed does not include preventing Sassi from participating in the ranks of the Zamalek team in the Moroccan Raja matches in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, and is limited only to local matches.
The Competitions Committee in Jabalia, headed by Hussam Al-Zinati, is awaiting the arrival of the report of the referee of the meeting, Amin Omar, in preparation for reviewing the incident and referring the matter to the Disciplinary Committee headed by Counselor Sayed Bendari to take the necessary penalties regarding the incident.