There is a trend in the Al-Ahly Club Council, led by Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib, the club’s president, regarding an attempt to take legal action to determine whether or not Zamalek is entitled to the General League championship for the past season.
And the Al-Ahly club news site learned Ahly News Al-Khatib’s council wants to know whether or not 6 points were deducted from Zamalek in an official letter from FIFA to the Football Association.
In his statements, the source explained that Al-Khatib requested the formation of a mini-committee to try to study FIFA’s letter to the Egyptian Football Association and see if it included a 6-point deduction from Zamalek in the elapsed league or not.
The source stressed that Al-Khatib’s council fears that any official letters have been sent to the Egyptian Football Association led by Ahmed Megahed, head of the temporary tripartite committee, and it was not disclosed.
The source indicated that Al-Ahly club is afraid of a decision in the hands of Mujahid, and he may have hidden it, as happened. He did not reveal the suspension of the registration of Zamalek club for two periods.
And Ahmed Mujahid, in previous press statements, denied hiding any official letters between the Football Association and the International Football Association regarding the deduction of 6 points from Zamalek club, against the background of the foreign players dues crisis.
The crisis of suspending foreign players in a previous period shed light on the entitlements of the first football team, regarding the deduction of 6 points from the white team last season.
Al-Ahly club seeks to preserve all legal rights and apply the law during the current period, and not to compromise any of the rights of Al-Ahly club at all levels.
Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib stressed the players in the celebration that was held last week after winning the tenth African Championship, the need to continue victories in all local and international forums.
Captain “Bebo” wants to reach unprecedented achievements for Al-Ahly Club during his reign, in addition to completing the next march for the next four years.
Al-Ahly club is looking forward not to waste any of the local and African championships, as promised by South African coach Pitso Mosimane.
It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly club aims to obtain the Super Cup, scheduled to be held tomorrow, in front of the Army’s Vanguards, to be a new incentive for the team and new deals to launch the new season with full force.
The past few hours witnessed a crisis between the management of Al-Ahly Club, headed by Mahmoud Al-Khatib, and the South African Pitso…