The Ghanaian site “ghanasoccernet” said that the FIFA Disciplinary Committee issued a statement to the parties concerned, namely the Zamalek Club and the player, stating: “Zamalek Sports Club is granted a 30-day deadline from the date of notification of the current decision to settle the amount, after the Zamalek club has been found guilty of non-compliance. For the decision issued by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on December 8, 2020.
Upon the expiry of the aforementioned deadline and in the event of a persistent default or non-compliance with the decision within the stipulated period, the club will be banned from new engagements until full payment of the amount owed is made.
The transfer ban will be enforced automatically at the local and international levels by the Egyptian Football Association and FIFA, without the need for another official decision or any order issued by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee or its secretariat.
In addition, it is also permissible to request a deduction of points or a drop to a lower degree in addition to a ban on transfers in the event of continued non-payment, recurrence of such a crisis again, or gross violations in a future deal for any reason.
And the Football Association acquitted, Zamalek club from the suspicion of fraud in Benjamin Achimbong’s Dues Settlement Crisis The former team player, after the Football Association received a query from the International Federation of Professional Players about the fact that there is a documented contract between the player and his agent, Nader Al-Sayed.