The stadium for the Zamalek match against Al-Ahly in the youth summit, born in 2003, scheduled for next Friday, sparked a new crisis between the two poles. The Al-Ahly and Zamalek match will be held at 9:30 on Friday evening, as part of the 15th round of the Junior League matches, born in 2003, at the headquarters of the Zamalek club.
The crisis lies in determining the junior stadium complex in Zamalek to host the match, according to the schedule announced by the Football Association, but the Al-Ahly club wants to hold the match at the Abdul Latif Abu Rujaila main stadium, which is rejected by the White Castle officials definitively sticking to its establishment in the youth stadiums according to the schedule.
The last period witnessed another crisis between the two poles of Egyptian football in the youth sector to determine the champion of the Republic League (born 99), after the Egyptian Football Association’s decision to complete the Republic competitions for those born in 1999 and 2001 in its second phase of one round with the decision to resume junior tournaments on the first of April, in line with a decision. The Crisis Committee of the Council of Ministers with the holding of a decisive match in the event that two teams are equal in the number of points, and in the following lines we shed light on the scenes of this crisis.
The crisis began when it was erected League 99 From 3 groups to go up the first 3 teams, and there was an agreement to establish a league of two rounds for the 9 qualified teams, but the tripartite committee of the Football Association decided that a league would be satisfied with one role and did not amend the list and was satisfied with the list of the first season, which stipulated that in the event that two teams are equal in the number of points Direct confrontations are used.
Al-Ahly counts that it is the league champion after its victory over Zamalek in direct confrontations after equal points, while Zamalek considered itself a winner because direct confrontations are not considered except in the establishment of two matches between the same two teams back and forth, which did not happen and therefore Zamalek considered himself a winner of the league championship.
Ahmed Mujahid, head of the tripartite committee that runs the Egyptian Football Association, talked about the crisis of the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match in the Born in 99 competition, saying: “The 99 competition has ended, and it was not supposed to be held again from last season, because it is not important to us, and the 2003 league is the most important because world Cup”.