"FIFA" wins for Zamalek against Kahraba ... and imposes a heavy fine on it

During the legal and financial dispute between Al-Ahly player Mahmoud Abdel Moneim, known as "Kahraba", and the Zamalek club, FIFA sided with FIFA, where it decided in principle to fine Kahraba by about two million dollars, or about 31 million Egyptian pounds, and 800 thousand.

This came through a press statement published by the Zamalek club account on "Twitter", indicating that the International Federation imposed another penalty of 5% of the total penalty as interest on the basic amount, against the background of Zamalek accusing the player of escaping from his commitment to his previous contract with the club, and choosing to sign Instead of the Egyptian Al-Ahly Club.

Zamalek said that Kahraba is required to pay the aforementioned amount within 45 days, or he will be suspended from playing. On the other hand, Al-Ahly club revealed that it has not been subjected to any punishment from FIFA, and that its legal position is sound in this regard, especially as it contracted with the player when he was coming from Portuguese club Avis, and that "the contract was made through legal means." Al-Youm Al-Sabea newspaper reported that Kahraba had instructed his lawyer to resume the punishment, which also included his former club Avis.

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