According to Egyptian media reports, the MBC channel offered an apology to Al-Ahly for not deleting the club manager Sayed Abdel Hafeez's episode on the “Ramez Majnoun Official” program, except that the relationship and situation between the two parties could become interfering with the head of the entertainment authority in Saudi Arabia, the honorary president of Al-Ahly Club, Chancellor Turki Al-Sheikh is crucial to resolving the problem.

Media reports in Egypt confirmed that Al-Ahly club president, Mahmoud Al-Khatib, interfered to prevent the appearance of the Sayed Abdel Hafeez episode on the “Ramez Majnoon Official” program, due to the mocking situations that the guests are exposed to by actor Ramez Jalal, which Al-Khatib considered not worthy of an official working in Al-Ahly Club, and that the club president got a promise not to broadcast the episode, and the amount received by Abdul Hafeez was refunded.

According to what was reported on the website of Sada Al-Balad on the Internet, Saudi channel officials said that the program depended on filming 30 episodes in the holy month of Ramadan, and all of them were finished filming, and that broadcasting any episode would cause a crisis for the program.

Al-Ahly offered to manage the channel to return the sums that the director of football had paid, amounting to $ 30,000, but the solution to the problem reached a dead end. MBC spokesperson, Mazen Hayek, commented on the criticism directed at the official Ramez Majnoon program, saying in televised comments: "We did not broadcast any episode to any guest, except after obtaining approval from him, and his approval was broadcast at the end of the episode."

The Sada Al-Balad channel website said: There is a group of close associates of Syed Abdul Hafeez who advised him to resort to Chancellor Turki Al-Sheikh to resolve this crisis, given the strong relationship that he has with the channel’s management and Al-Ahly Club.

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