Today, Monday morning, the Egyptian Al-Ahly Club submitted three complaints to the Egyptian Football Association, the Professional Clubs Association and the Disciplinary Committee, against Mortada Mansour, President of Zamalek Club.
Al-Ahly stated on its official website that it had submitted complaints claiming that the president of Zamalek “through various media and his club’s official channel insulted and insulted Mahmoud Abdel Moneim Kahraba, the Al-Ahly player, with words that are punishable by law and transgression against his parents. Contempt of the player, bullying him, describing him (a monkey, a dog, and a tramp) and many transgressions that offend modesty.
He added that he also filed complaints because: “The president of Zamalek mocked and insulted Al-Ahly Club and its board of directors. This is contrary to all the principles, values, laws and regulations of the Egyptian and International Football Associations. Rather, it stirs up strife and helps congestion among the football fans.
And Al-Ahly continued: “In his complaint, the club demanded the implementation of the regulations by describing the president of Zamalek as a representative of his club as one of the elements of the game … Al-Ahly presented a folder of documents containing compact discs containing examples of abuses, insults and insults that the president of Zamalek committed against the player Mahmoud Kahraba and his humiliation. The same applies to the right of Al-Ahly club and its officials.
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