The Egyptian Football Club announced today, Wednesday, that its player Mahmoud Abdel Moneim “Kahraba” has been fined 200,000 Egyptian pounds, and that he will not participate in the matches for a month.
The Egyptian club, in its statement on its official website, did not reveal the reasons that prompted the team’s technical staff to make the decision, saying only that the player was not committed.
Al-Ahly ranks second in the Egyptian league standings with 24 points, seven points behind leaders Zamalek, with matches postponed to Al-Ahly.
The team is preparing to face Congolese Vita Club next Saturday, in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League, where the team ranks second in the group standings with three points scored from the victory over Al-Merrikh, Sudan, 3 / zero, and the defeat by Simba, Tanzania, 0/1.
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