The Sudanese Football Association has set up an internal commission of inquiry to find out the truth after the mistake of voting for the best player in the world, the best, which led to the replacement of the national team coach, Zdravko Zimenovic from the selection of Egyptian Mohamed Salah to Argentine Lionel Messi.
"The documents published by the FIFA website for the voting choices are not related to those sent by them," said the federation's vice president, Nasruddin Humaidati. "The Sudanese federation has set up a committee to investigate the incident and there will be a difficult account for all those involved."
Humaidti told the "Bag News" yesterday: "President of the Federation Kamal Shaddad made a contact with FIFA and demanded an investigation by their side in the matter to the point that what happened is unacceptable."
The coach Zdravko explained in recent press statements that he voted for Mohamed Salah in the first place and Sadio Mani in the second and in the third place Kelian Mbappe, and does not know why his choice was changed.
According to FIFA records, the coach chose Argentine Lionel Messi first, Virgil van Dijk of the Netherlands and Sadio Mane of Senegal.