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The Disciplinary Committee of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) decided to impose strong penalties on a number of Al-Ahly and Zamalek players, after the riots that occurred between the two teams following the final of the League.
Source: The editorial team
CAF issued a statement saying: “The following penalties were imposed on the Al-Ahly and Zamalek clubs, which were brought together by the final match of the African Champions League, and they were as follows:
– Mostafa Mohamed suspended for 4 upcoming CAF club tournaments.
– Kabongo Kasungu banned for 4 upcoming CAF club tournaments.
A fine of $ 10,000 against Zamalek club for misconduct by its players.
Hussein Al-Shahat was suspended for 4 matches (two games were suspended), and his next two matches remain.
Clashes erupted between Al-Ahly and Zamalek players, after the final events ended on November 27, which led to Hussein Al-Shahat, Al-Ahly’s player, and Mostafa Mohamed, Zamalek’s player, being expelled.
Footage showed the moment Kabongo Kasungu, the Zamalek player, attacked Aliu Badji, the Al-Ahly striker, who intervened to defend his colleague Al-Shahat.
Camera lenses also detected the performance analyst of the first team for football at Al-Ahly club, Ahmed Suleiman, as he attacked Mohamed Sobhi, the goalkeeper of Zamalek, during his attempt to disengage.
With regard to the Arab Contracters match with Tunisia’s Sahel star in the Confederation Championship, the committee decided the following:
– Arab Contracters player Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed Shimi suspended from his next six CAF club tournaments, with 4 of them suspended, provided the player is not guilty of similar behavior for the next 24 months.
Imposing a fine on the player of (five thousand dollars); For his unfortunate behavior during the match in question.