Reuters AMR ABDALLAH DALSH
The Discipline and Ethics Committee of the Egyptian Football Association officially issued the penalty for Tunisian Ferjani Sassi, the player of Zamalek, against the backdrop of the events of the Egyptian match between Port Said in the Premier League championship.
The committee decided to suspend Sassi 6 matches and a fine of 100,000 pounds, starting from the next match, from which he was expelled against Al-Masry, for what happened during it, as detailed in the referee and observer reports for that match.
The Tunisian international had vehemently objected to the ruling for not counting errors in his favor, and then Sassi’s anger continued until he removed the stethoscope from Amine Omar’s ear, who did not hesitate to give him a red card after that.
The incident sparked widespread controversy on social media, at a time when Zamalek announced, through its president, Mortada Mansour, that it had signed a historic punishment against its first star.
It was also decided, within the framework of the penalties for the same match, to stop Imam Ashour, the Zamalek player, for one game and 50 thousand pounds, as of October 6, 2020, for what happened according to the reports of the referee and the observer.
Al-Masry was fined 50 thousand pounds for attending the same match.
The committee also decided to suspend Mohamed Ibrahim, coach of Al-Ittihad Club of Alexandria, for 6 matches and a fine of 100,000 pounds for what happened in the Talaia Al-Jaish match, according to the reports of the referee and the match observer.
Petrojet’s coach Alaa Abdel-Al was suspended for 3 matches and fined 50,000 pounds for what happened in his team’s match with Coca-Cola in the second division competition.
Source: Egyptian media