Al Hammadi: We do not want to punish Al-Rifai.. The goal of the escalation is not to repeat what happened
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A member of the Khorfakkan Football Company, the official media spokesman, Mubarak Masoud Al Hammadi, confirmed that raising the complaint regarding the player, Abdullah Al-Rifai, to the Players Transfer Status Committee does not aim to escalate the case, nor to punish the player for violating the approved sports regulations.
Al-Rifai had refrained from participating with his current team, Khorfakkan, in the match that brought the team against Al-Wahda in the third round of the ADNOC Professional League, claiming that he was loaned from the opposing team, which called on the Khorfakkan Company to stop him and file a complaint with the Players Transfer Committee.
Al Hammadi told "Emirates Today": "The Khorfakkan Company, with the Football Association and the Professional League, is following up the complaint about the player Abdullah Al-Rifai, according to the official procedures, and our goal is not to repeat it in the future, and to limit these behaviors that harm Emirati sports, and in order not to Khorfakkan Club is exposed to technical and administrative damage in the future.”
Al Hammadi continued: “We confirm that there was no agreement with Al-Wahda Club regarding the non-participation of the Al-Rifai player, in the matches that bring Al-Wahda together with Khorfakkan, as he is on loan from Al-Wahda, and any agreement between sports institutions must be made in accordance with the official contracts, and I hope to stop not allowing The loaned players will face their teams in the future, in line with the professional systems in the world.”
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