Provided the administration of the Nasr Club, headed by Safwan Al-Suwaiket, Monday morning, the official files related to the complaint against Persepolis of Iran.
Al-Nassr fell, with penalty kicks (3-5) in front of Persepolis, after a draw in the original and extra time (1-1), in the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, hosted by Doha, Qatar.
After the match, Al-Nassr lodged a protest against Persepolis, accused of participating in players who had been hired and registered in the football first-team roster, despite the decision to prevent the club from contracting.
Sources from inside Al-Nasr Club confirmed that they had presented strong evidence that Persepolis Club violated regulations and laws.
The sources indicated that Al-Nasr’s position is very strong, and it is possible to pass a judgment in his favor, by ascending to the 2020 AFC Champions League final, instead of Persepolis.