A sudden crisis escalated from one moment to another on the eve of Al-Ahly’s meeting with the National Guard, the champion of Niger in the African Champions League, after submitting an official complaint against the Red Castle in Kef.
The Niger Federation submitted an official complaint to CAF this evening, Friday, claiming that the delegation of its representative in the African Championship was treated inhumanely at the airport, claiming that Al-Ahly officials colluded with the airport authorities to receive the National Guard mission with ambulances to transport them to the hospital for detention and quarantine.
وعلم El-Ahly.comThe reason for the crisis of the National Guard mission is that they arrived at Cairo Airport without conducting medical smears or certificates proving that their members had received a vaccine against the emerging corona virus.
According to El-Ahly.comThat Al-Ahly club has nothing to do with the crisis of the National Guard mission, and that the matter is related to the airport authorities, who demand documents proving either obtaining a vaccination or conducting a smear in Niger.
ويعلم El-Ahly.comAl-Ahly officials welcome the escalation of the situation by the Football Association in Niger, noting that he has no problem in filing a complaint against him in the African Union, as long as the other party sees that the Red Castle is related to the matter.
Al-Ahly will face the National Guard team at 7:00 pm tomorrow, Saturday, at Al-Ahly Wei Al-Salam Stadium, in the second leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.
It is noteworthy that the first leg match between Al-Ahly and the National Guard, which took place in the capital of Niger, Niamey last week, ended in a draw with one goal for each team, as the Red Genie needs in tomorrow’s meeting to draw a goalless draw or win any result in order to ensure passage to the group stage.