03:17 PM | Tuesday 30th March 2021
A responsible source within the Egyptian Football Association revealed that the tripartite committee headed by Ahmed Mujahid was surprised that some fans descended on the stadium floor. Cairo Stadium-To take memorial photos with Mohamed Salah The Liverpool star, after the national team match and Comoros, which was held yesterday, ended in the sixth round of qualifiers for the 2022 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon, and ended with the victory of the Pharaohs with four goals without a response.
The source added in statements to “Al Watan Sport”: “When we inquired about the identity of the fans who took to the field and caused the crisis with Mohamed Salah, it became clear that they are training in the academies in Cairo Stadium.”
Source: Salah was angry for fear of being infected with Corona
And the source continued: “Everyone who went to the stadium yesterday, was present in the stadium, and climbed the wall in order to reach Mohamed Salah, and to take memorial photos with him, which angered the Egyptian Pharaoh a lot, in light of his concern about being infected with the Corona virus, and a crisis with his club Liverpool, England ».
Cairo Stadium on the crisis of Salah and the masses: The responsibility of “enough”
On the other hand, Major General Ali Darwish, head of the Cairo International Stadium Authority, stressed that the authority was not responsible for the fact that the masses descended on the stadium, stressing that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) was responsible, especially as it was in charge of organizing the match.
Major General Ali Darwish said in a statement to “Al Watan Sport”: “Cairo Stadium has nothing to do with what happened. Ask the African Union and its officials about this crisis, and we are doing our role in preparing the stadium to the fullest, without interfering with other matters.”
The director of the Cairo Stadium Authority said: “When I went to the main cabin of the Cairo Stadium, before the start of the match yesterday, the representatives of the African Union stopped me and inquired about my identity, and therefore (K) is responsible for the fans to go to the stadium.”