We publish the decisions of the race committee of the second section



The competition committee of the second part took several decisions at its Sunday meeting under the chairmanship of Captain Khaled Kamel and the decision of the Ahmed Nasim Abdulhafiz Commission.

The resolutions were as follows:

– Ahmed Latif Ahmed assistant coach of Fayoum Governorate Club stopped a match and fined him 250 pounds to challenge the referee's decisions in his team's game against Tahrir in Aswan.

– Warn the Tahrir Club in Aswan for the lack of involvement of players' club numbers on the Union system, and the responsible administrator's task of looking at the figures and informing the Committee of Major Competitions with an official statement in number not to impose double financial sanctions in the future.

– Warn the Ghazal Mahalla Club to adhere to the number of players in the game with Raja, and assign the responsible administrator to view the figures and inform the Committee of Major Competitions with an official statement in figures, for the inability to to impose double financial sanctions in the future.

– Ali Ibrahim Ahmed assistant-coach of Ghazal Mahalla match and a fine of £ 500 for the expulsion to the court to contest the referee's decisions.

– Warn the youth center Tala for the presence of unauthorized members of their presence in the game with Sidi Salem, being the first time for not signing financial sanctions in the future.

Club: Shams Sports Club

– Inform the club of the lack of involvement of the club in the number of players on the Union system, and the task of the responsible administrator to view the figures and official copy numbers of the Committee of Major Competitions, not to sign financial penalties in the future.

– The signing of a fine for the employee of the blinds room £ 250 for expulsion to object to the decisions of the verdict.

– Warning Beni Suef club against the presence of unauthorized members during the game.

– Inform the municipal club of Mahalla not to have unauthorized members of their presence during the match.


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