Afsha – Mahmoud Alaa – Mohamed Abdel Ghani – Al-Ahly – Zamalek
Wajih Ahmed spoke on “On Time Sports” channel today, Monday, saying: “The conditions for who runs the summit? The referee is of a calm nature and did not go through a controversial situation with either side of the match.”
He stressed, “We cannot appoint a referee for a meeting that has a crisis with any of the two clubs, or has arbitration problems, or there is a case of controversy around him, but it must be acceptable to the two teams.”
On the date of announcing the verdict for the summit that will be held on the 18th of April, he said, “Maybe on the 16th or the 17th.”
“We have not sent a request to any foreign country to bring foreign referees to the summit,” he added. “We have two refereeing teams who will conduct the survey 72 hours before the match in anticipation of any emergency circumstances.”
Wagih Ahmed added, “The conviction of all the players in the Egyptian referee and the performance of each person the role required of him on the stadium will make the match emerge in a distinctive way.”
When asked whether Egyptian or foreign rule is better to manage the summit, he replied, “Egyptian government can succeed in that summit and I trust the team that will be appointed to manage the meeting.”
“The result of the two top matches, the first and second round, during the current season is not decisive in the two teams’ journey in the league, unlike what was happening in recent years by setting it up at the end of each round, but now there will be an opportunity for the two teams to compensate, and the video technology will help the referee to get the match out in the best way. Form”.
It is noteworthy that last Friday, the Football Association issued an official statement declaring its commitment to assigning the next summit meeting between Al-Ahly and Zamalek to an Egyptian referee team.
A source from the Football Association – who requested anonymity – revealed to FilGoal.com earlier that Mahmoud Al-Banna is the closest to managing the match. (See the details)
Zamalek tops the table with 33 points from 14 games, while Al-Ahly is third with 27 points from 11 games.