In his letter to the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the Sudanese Hilal called for holding its match against Al-Ahly at the end of the group stage of the African Champions League without an audience or with a limited number, or to allocate 5% of the stadium’s capacity to its fans.
And a statement published by the Sudanese team on its Facebook page stated: In light of the atmosphere charged with hate speech and racism on the part of the Egyptian club, regarding the Al-Ahly and Al-Hilal match, which will be held on the first day of next April, based on the statement issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Youth and Sports, which confirmed the tense atmosphere. With attempts to calm down, Al-Hilal presented the following proposals: The first proposal is to play without fans.
He added: The second proposal is to play in the presence of a limited number of the audience, and in the event of playing and allowing the audience to attend the full capacity of the stadium, that 5% be allocated to Al-Hilal supporters in accordance with Article 1/24 which states: 5% of the stadium’s total capacity must be provided for visiting supporters. In the best areas of the stadium, security and guarding.
And he concluded: Al-Hilal reminded the Confederation of its great responsibility, and it ignores all Al-Hilal’s speeches, and responds to all Al-Ahly’s requests, hoping that “Kaf” will rectify the situation before a new “Port Said” occurs.