Ahmed bin Rashid Al Rashed, head of the Saudi Pro League competition committee, announced on Friday morning his apology for remaining in his post.
Ahmed Al-Rashed confirmed that he apologized before the end of last season.
Al-Rashed wrote via his personal Twitter account that he resigned “after three seasons as President of the Pro League competitions committee, which I have decided to continue throughout, despite my practical circumstances, in response and appreciation to colleagues . “
After three seasons as President of the Pro League Competition Committee @SPL
Which I have decided to continue, despite my practical circumstances, in response and gratitude to my colleagues,
I officially apologized before the end of the current season for remaining as committee chairman at the end of the season.
I wish the next President good luck and success
— Ahmed bin Rashid Al Rashed (@ahmedalrashid) July 15, 2022
He continued, “Before the end of the current season, I officially apologized for being the head of the committee.”
And concluded: “With my prayers for the next president, success.”
And the last season of the Saudi Pro League ended with great excitement as Al Hilal claimed the title after a bitter struggle with Al Ittihad in the last few meters, while Al Ahly Jeddah were relegated to the First Division.