Monday 23 September 2019

02:14 AM

Zamalek president Morteza Mansour has objected to the Egyptian Football Federation's [EFA] sanctions against his club after the Super League match against Al Ahly, which the Whites lost.

The disciplinary and competitions committees of the Football Federation announced the penalties for the super match held between Al Ahli and Zamalek last Friday, at the Borg El Arab Stadium.

The total fines signed on Al-Ahly Club amounted to 365 thousand pounds, and fines signed on Zamalek Club 315 thousand.

Mansour said in televised remarks on Al-Hadath channel today: "Ultras is the one who carried me away in the stands of Al-Ahli fans.

He added: "I respect Ahli fans without the terrace, and I went to the Zamalek fans when I saw some insulting Ahli and threatened to evacuate the runway in the Super match."

"How can I get attacked?" She marveled. "In the end, I pay the fine and pay all that money, and the people who do it are not held accountable."

He continued: "Your presence fined me because the audience cursed me, Vazai Htm and I who pay the fine?

He explained, that in those cases should be punished the public, which is launching insults in the stands by denying him the presence or transfer of his team's games and not impose fines on clubs.

He concluded: "The fine of 150 thousand to leave the players and their technical, administrative and medical staff on the pitch before handing the prizes is illegal because the super match is honored only champion and there is no first and second place."


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