The Royal Army Football Club denounced the attack by the official spokesman of Raja Sports Club on the military team player, who recently moved to him from the ranks of Raja, Zakaria Al-Habati.
The Army Sports Club issued a statement, following the circulation of a video clip documenting the moment in which the official spokesman for Raja Athletic Club approached the Royal Army player, Al-Habbati, and pulled him from behind and directed words that were said to include cursing and cursing, before spitting on him.
The Army Club said that it “expresses its strong condemnation of the inappropriate actions and attacks that our player Zakaria Al-Habti was subjected to by the official spokesman for Raja Athletic Club.”
The Royal Army vowed to resort to the responsible authorities to file a complaint on the matter against Al-Rajaa Sports Club and to open an investigation into the case, due to this behavior that insulted the Royal Army player.
And the source stressed, “While the club condemns this indiscriminate behavior, it will write to the Ethics Committee to file a complaint on the matter, supported by video clips, with the aim of opening an investigation into this assault.”
On the other hand, the fans and supporters of Raja Athletic Club are demanding that Zakaria Al-Habti be held accountable, a priori, because of the provocative actions he made against the Al-Akhdar fans, after he scored the equalizer for the Royal Army, and celebrated in a hysterical way to the point of removing his shirt in front of the Raja fans.