Reuters / Amr Abdallah Dalsh
Today, Thursday, the Confederation Committee of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) issued sanctions against Al-Ahly and Zamalek after the African Champions League final crisis that was held at Cairo International Stadium.
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 Kasungo, 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.
The Disciplinary Committee approved the “K” penalties as follows:
Kabongo Kasongo will be suspended for four upcoming CAF club tournaments.
– Mustafa Mohamed suspended for four future “CAF” club tournaments.
A fine of $ 10,000 against Zamalek club for misconduct by its players.
– Hussain Al-Shahat was suspended for four matches (he was suspended for two), and he will have two future matches remaining.
Al-Ahly won the African Champions League title for the ninth time in its history, after defeating its rival Zamalek (2-1), in the final of the tournament that took place at Cairo International Stadium.