Zamalek threatens and threatens after the decision to stop Shikabala and Hazem Imam
The Egyptian club Zamalek announced its official position on the sanctions imposed on captain Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala and Hazem Imam, where it issued an official statement declaring its complete rejection of these penalties with the threat to escalate the case to the highest judicial authorities locally and internationally.
In his statement, which was published on the club’s official website, Zamalek confirmed that it will not hesitate to take all measures and means to nullify this decision through all legitimate means through all sports and judicial authorities locally and internationally.
Zamalek had submitted an appeal against the penalties imposed on the team’s players, and Shikabala’s penalty was reduced from an eight-month suspension to eight matches and from 500,000 pounds to 250,000 pounds. While she agreed to reduce the fine to 50 thousand pounds.
Zamalek said: The penalties do not comply with the correct law and the regulations that must be implemented, and the club’s legitimate and legal requests regarding conducting an investigation into the incident or hearings with the intent of presenting the facts have not been responded to in a manner that ensures the fair application of the law and regulations.
The statement concluded: “Zamalek confirms that, in light of a careful study of the situation in all its aspects, it will not hesitate to take all measures and ways to nullify this decision through all legitimate means through all sports and judicial authorities locally and internationally, and the measures taken will be announced in due course.”
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