Ahmed Al-Shimi, the player of the Arab Contractors, apologized to the referee of the Al-Najm Al-Sahel match, after the spitting incident witnessed at the end of the Al-Najm and Contractors match in the Confederation, which was held this evening at Mustafa Bin Jannat Stadium in Monastir and ended with the victory of Al-Najm with two goals and the contractors exit from the 32nd round of the Confederation As Shimi headed towards the referee after the final whistle blew and spat on him.
Al-Shimi wrote through his Facebook account: “I apologize to the referee, to the contractor club, to the board of directors, to the technical apparatus, and to my family for the situation that took place today. I didn’t mean sincerely, and the subject is a reaction from me without thinking, and whoever knows me knows how well this is not my ethics nor do I mean to react Like this, again I am sorry that anyone bothered the scene. “
The Arab Contractors Club decided to file a complaint against Moroccan referee Noureddine Al-Jaafari, who managed the team’s match against Tunisias Sahel star in the second leg of the 32nd round of the African Confederation Championship, which ended with the star’s victory with two goals for the goal of counting an incorrect penalty kick against Tunisian Haitham Al-Jouini, who hit the ball in the face and did not touch his hand.
Al-Mokawloon striker Haitham Al-Juwaini confirmed that the referee saw the ball crashing into his face, and the members of the technical staff and the players agreed that the contractors came out with an effective action.
Eng. Mohamed Adel Fathy, head of the mission, said that the contractors would have deserved to go up had it not been for the apparent arbitration injustice that the team was subjected to, and Fathi confirmed that the contractors would file a complaint against the referee and the observer, especially since the match witnessed a public presence in light of the match being held without an audience, and Fathi explained that his team had presented a good match. And the players were men.