An Ismaili delegation visits Al-Ahly and meets with Sayed Abdel-Hafeez – photos


Ali Abu Greisha and Imad Suleiman, former stars of the Ismaili club and the Egyptian national team, were keen to visit Al-Ahly club today, Monday, as the duo held a meeting with Sayed Abdel Hafeez, the football director of the red team, after a series of telephone consultations that brought Abu Greisha together with Mahmoud Al-Khatib, president of Al-Ahly club, in order to borrow some of the stars of the red genie Similar to the visit that the Ismaili delegation paid to the Zamalek club yesterday.

An Ismaili delegation visits Al-Ahly (1)
An Ismaili delegation visits Al-Ahly (1)

An Ismaili delegation visits Al-Ahly (2)
An Ismaili delegation visits Al-Ahly (2)

The Dervishes had a break from training yesterday, Sunday, after a positive draw with Ghazl El Mahalla, with two goals for each team in the ninth round of the competition, and all the goals came from penalty kicks, and Ismaili’s score rose to 7 points from 8 games in thirteenth place.

This is the first time that 4 penalty kicks have been counted in one match since the confrontation with the border guards and the Ismaili last season, which was held last August, specifically 212 days ago, during which Ibrahim Noureddine counted the match referee 4 penalty kicks, 3 for the Guards and one for the Ismaili.

The Ismaili issued a statement of objection at the arbitration level, which came as follows: “The Ismaili puts his full confidence in Egyptian arbitration, and appreciates all efforts made to improve the arbitration system and the use of the mouse .. But with full recognition that the Ismaili does not invoke arbitration, but the effort of the players and the team was wasted through decisions. A mistake caused him to lose many points. “

Extra statement IsmailyIt is unreasonable that everyone reported the authenticity of the Ismaili goal in the National Bank match, but the issuance of the match ruling whistled and the ball on its way to the target prevented the intervention of the fugitive and everyone recognized this mistake and reported the validity of the Ismaili goal, yet this ruling is set as a referee for the fugitive in the Mahalla spinning match.

He continued, “Where two penalty strikes were counted against the Ismaili, the first came from the defender’s feet to his hand without moving it, and the second was counted as a penalty for the Ismaili defender who played the ball and without any friction with the attacker of Ghazl al-Mahalla, and the match ruling was close to the game and did not count it, but the mouse referee returned it and counted it. “

The statement concluded: “Therefore, the Ismaili directs to consider that these errors deprived the team of points it deserved.

The club does not question any individual about the arbitration system, but it wishes the referees committee to review all the mistakes that occurred against the Ismaili and work to prevent them from being repeated.


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