Magdy Abdel-Ghani: A crisis in the Al-Ahly Council meeting, and Al-Khatib blames Jawhar Nabil!

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Magdy Abdel Ghani player revealed Ahly Retired and former member of the board of directors of the Football Association, unveiled a crisis that occurred during a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Red Castle, hours ago between Mahmoud Al-Khatib and Jawhar Nabil.

“The recent Al-Ahly board meeting witnessed a crisis between Mahmoud Al-Khatib, the club’s president, and Jawhar Nabil, a member of the board, because of the latter’s demand to keep Mohamed Morgan, the executive director,” Abdel-Ghani said in televised statements.

He added, “During the meeting held by the Al-Ahly Council yesterday afternoon, Monday, all members of the Council, together with Mahmoud Al-Khatib, confirmed that the survival of Muhammad Morgan would be a very difficult and illegal matter.”

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And he added: “The members and al-Khatib agreed that the legal opinion confirms the necessity of the departure of Mohamed Morgan, as it is not possible to combine two positions. Here, Jawhar Nabil interfered and stressed that it is better to search for a way out to keep Morgan, especially since the parliament awaits elections after a few months.”

He continued: “Gohar Nabil emphasized that Morgan’s survival is an important matter, which angered al-Khatib, who criticized Jawhar’s position and told him that Marjan’s survival would expose the Council to legal accountability. Noble essence Because of his lack of awareness of the regulations or his desire to take an act that harms the club and puts it in a major crisis before the responsible authorities. ”

He concluded: “The news of the new position of Al-Kafrawi has been amended on the club’s official website, as it included yesterday that Al-Kafrawi will act as the executive director before it is modified so that Al-Kafrawi is supervising the executive branch.”

He concluded: “The news has been modified on the club’s official website, but it has not been modified on Facebook pages.”





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