Hussein Al-Samri, a member of the Executive Committee of Zamalek Club, revealed the sanctions announced by the Football Association against his club and first team player Mahmoud Abdel-Razek “Shikabala”.
The player of the white team had made a gesture on his shoes during the changeover during the second half of the summit match that was held yesterday, Monday, which ended in a positive tie with a goal for each team..
Al-Samri said on the “B Ontime” program on the “Ontime Sport” screen: “Certainly we will not say the wrong act is true, but what Shikabala did yesterday was a reaction.”“.
He continued, “The player has been subjected to bullying for a long time, and deterrent penalties must be issued against the bullies“.
He added: “Shikabalas punishment for his reaction was a deterrent, but what happened on the other side, the clubs bear a fine for the insults of their fans, and Al-Ahly’s penalty because of its fans is not a deterrent. The first is to be denied entry to the 25 fans.”“.
He concluded: “The competitions punished Al-Ahly with a fine of 20 thousand pounds for objecting to the decisions of the referee and the descent of some members of the auxiliary apparatus to the pitch, and on the other hand Zamalek was punished for the same reasons, but with a fine of 50 thousand pounds, why is the congestion raised? This makes the Zamalek management feel Injustice. “
The committee signed a fine of 50 thousand pounds on the Zamalek club for the technical staff and some substitutes to go to the stadium to celebrate a goal, and 50 thousand for the repeated collective objection from the technical staff.
The summit meeting ended with a 1-1 draw by Al-Ahly and Zamalek, to raise Al-Ahly’s score to point 41 from 19 games, taking second place, while Zamalek raised its score to the point 45, taking first place after 21 matches..