Wednesday 1 April 2020
Al-Ahly coach Rene Weiler hoped that his player Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim “Kahraba” would benefit from his decision to stop him on the sidelines of the Super Cup events.
The Appeals Committee recently reduced the penalty for electrifying for 10 games instead of stopping for the end of the season because of what was done after the Super match in the Emirates.
Al-Ahly and Zamalek match in the UAE in the title of Super Cup witnessed unfortunate events, and the Football Association issued a number of penalties for the participants of the events.
“Everything that happened previously is a part of the past, when I will think about the upcoming matches, I will not judge players because of matches from the past, the referee is on a level in general throughout the season,” Fyler said in comments to On Time Sports 1.
He continued, “The Football Association issued the penalties, I did not see with my own eyes what happened in detail, and I refused to watch the videos of these events. I think about technical matters only, and certainly the Football Association studied all matters before issuing the sanctions.”
“With regard to Kahraba, I think what he is experiencing is a mental test for him. He must use the suspension period in order to train, develop and benefit from that stage in order to return stronger in the games in which he will participate.”
He concluded, “I am used throughout my career, all the penalties that are imposed on my team are not punished, they certainly made these decisions after studying, they are a just ruling.”