Abu Al-Shawarib, protesting the cup final whistle: Say we do not want Al Nasr to win the championship
President of Al-Nasr Football Company, Abdul-Rahman Abu Al-Shawarib, expressed his dissatisfaction with the performance of the referees' team of the "Al-Ameed" and Shabab Al-Ahly match in the final of the President's Cup, indicating that Al-Azraq was subjected to a major arbitration injustice.
Abu Al-Shawarib said in a press statement that: "Say what we want Al-Nasr to win the championship," adding: "What happened is a great arbitration injustice to the victory team, and everyone has seen how two penalty kicks were counted in favor of Al-Ahly youth."
He added, "The protest will not be of any use. What will be done is to impose a fine against me because I spoke after the match."
And he added: "The effort of the administration and the team was wasted throughout the season, after the Al-Nasr match against Sharjah in the semi-final saw the yellow cards being awarded to players who had previously obtained cards to miss participation in the final, before Al-Nasr was exposed to a clear arbitration injustice in front of Al-Ahly youth."
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