"FIFA" impose a fine "thickener" About electrification due to Zamalek

Amir Mortada, the general observer of the Zamalek football team, confirmed that the International Football Association “FIFA” punished striker Mahmoud Kahrab with a disqualification due to the late payment of a fine due to the Zamalek club.

Amir Mortada wrote on his Twitter account: “The FIFA Disciplinary Committee decides to suspend Kahraba from the game for a period of six months until the fine is paid.”

Kahraba unilaterally terminated the contract with Zamalek two seasons ago, despite the current contract with his club, and left for the Portuguese Desportivo Aves, then terminated the contract with the Portuguese team in January 2020 and left for Al Ahly. Egypt.

Zamalek received a FIFA decision to fine Kahrab and the Portuguese club Desportivo Aves for two million dollars, but the player decided to appeal to the International Court of Sports.

The International Court of Sport has decided to uphold the $2 million electrification fine for Zamalek, with the player charging interest owed on the amount, as the decision was made in June 2019.

Source: agencies

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