The Egyptian Football Association’s Competitions Department announced its decisions on the matches of the last round of the Premier League.
The Competitions Committee confirmed the suspension of Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala, the player of Zamalek, for 8 months and a fine of 500,000 pounds, “for repeating the excitement of the fans, insulting the union, disrespecting the coronation ceremonies, verbal abuse and friction with officials of the system and the union after the match between Zamalek and Al-Ahly Bank.”
While the decisions for the rest of the matches of the last round of the league were as follows:
A fine of 20 thousand pounds for the club, Tala’a El-Geish, for the team’s delay in getting to the field in its match with Al-Masry.
– Osama Azab and Mostafa Shbeita, Egypt clearing players, were suspended for one match, each for receiving a third warning.
Ali Gabr, Pyramids player, was suspended for one match for receiving a third warning.
– Banning Fathi Mabrouk Abdel Aziz, Ghazl El-Mahalla player, for expulsion for preventing a goal opportunity in his team’s match against El Mokawloon.
A fine of 100,000 pounds on Zamalek Club for collective chanting and insulting against the elements of the game during and after its match against the National Bank.
– A fine of 100,000 pounds on Zamalek Club for dropping excessive numbers during the second half of the same match, which led to a 3-minute stoppage.
Zamalek player Ahmed Aboul Fotouh suspended a match for receiving a third warning in the same match.
Hazem was suspended in front of the Zamalek player for 4 matches and a fine of 100,000 pounds for unsportsmanlike behavior.
Source: Egyptian Football Association