Zamalek club president Mortada Mansour announced that he submitted an official communication to the Attorney General in Egypt against Al-Ahly board member Mohamed Serag because of what was issued from the latter towards the head of the Saudi Entertainment Authority Turki Al-Sheikh, the former honorary president of Al-Ahly, indicating that the latter provided great services to both Al-Ahly and Zamalek. In many deals players and coaches
Mortada Mansour told Al-Zamalek channel yesterday, Saturday, "Is it permissible to insult an honorary president? Where are these principles and values? A complaint was submitted to the Attorney General against a member of the Red Board of Directors, and God Almighty is not Al-Ahly."
Turki Al-Sheikh and Muhammad Siraj have exchanged angry statements through social networking sites in more than one publication, which sparked a great controversy between Al-Ahly fans and the Egyptian sports street, especially that the Sheikh revealed crises inside Al-Ahly related to the files of his players Hossam Ashour and Moamen Zakaria, in addition to the Sheikh’s endeavor to support The team ranks with international defender Ahmed Hegazy for 35 million pounds, amid the refusal of the Al-Ahly administration, which was a major cause of the dispute.
Mortada Mansour revealed the difference in treatment between Zamalek and Al-Ahly in dealing with those who serve both clubs, and he said: "There was a dispute between Turki and the fans of Zamalek before and we did not offend him or insult him, the white is a valuable club and principles that were lost at another council .. I swear to God Mahmoud Al-Khatib, the head of Al-Ahly and his council, would have failed to reach the place of Abdullah Al-Saeed, player of Pyramids, after he signed for Zamalek, who was brought by Turki Al-Sheikh and made him go to Al-Ahly.
Murtada Mansour mentioned the positions of Turki Al-Sheikh with Zamalek, saying: "Al-Sheikh brought to Zamalek Ferjani Sassi and Hamdi Al-Naqaz and he was paying the salary of Coach Gross, is it permissible to insult him after that?"