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Al-Ahly of Egypt complains about CAF to the International Sports Court

Al-Ahly of Egypt complains about CAF to the International Sports Court

The board of directors issued Alahli football clubAn official statement was published on his official website, after his meeting on Sunday, headed by Mahmoud Al-Khatib, to discuss “all matters related to the stadium crisis.”for the final The Champions League and the administrative and legal steps taken in this regard.”

The statement considered that “the decision is directed exclusively against CAF due to the failure to apply the principle of impartiality when determining the stadium for the final match.” Champions Leaguewhich was issued late and was inconsistent with the regulations of the International Football Association (FIFA) and the Olympic Charter.”

Al-Ahly affirmed its readiness to play the final match of the Champions League in any stadium in Africa, “based on the value and history of Al-Ahly club,” stressing that it “adheres to its legitimate rights in asking CAF to implement many controls for holding the match, to ensure a minimum level of justice between the two competing teams, especially that This match is the main title of the biggest and most important African competitions.”

Al-Ahly considered that “resorting to the Court of Arbitration for Sport came as an escalation of the club’s position on the negative aspects witnessed in African competitions, foremost of which is the lack of standards governing the organization process for a long time.”

In its complaint, the club requested “an urgent decision on the crisis in the final stadium before the scheduled date, and justice by holding the meeting in a neutral stadium, or postponing the match until the matter is decided in accordance with the regulations and imposes equality and achieves the principle of equal opportunities between the two competing teams.”

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