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The Disciplinary Committee of the Saudi Federation suspended Hamdallah, the striker for Al-Ittihad, for four months

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The Disciplinary Committee of the Saudi Football Association decided today, Tuesday, to ban Moroccan striker Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah for four months and fine him 300,000 riyals ($80,000) after Al-Nasr Club complained against its former striker and Al-Ittihad.

Al-Nasr, headed by Musli Al Muammar, had filed a lawsuit against Al-Ittihad and its attacker, Hamdallah, regarding the illegality of the 31-year-old striker’s negotiation with Al-Ittihad.

The Disciplinary Committee indicated that the suspension of Hamdallah will take effect from the date of the committee’s decision today.
The committee also decided to suspend Hamed Al-Balawi, Executive Director of Football at Al-Ittihad Club for a period of six months, starting from the date of the decision, with a fine of 300,000 riyals on him.

And it was decided to suspend Mishaal Al-Saeed, director of the first team in the Federation, for a period of three months, and to deprive the club called the Brigadier from registering new players for one period, starting from the next registration period, and to impose a fine of 500,000 riyals on the club, which is based in the city of Jeddah.

The committee indicated that the decisions issued today against Al-Ittihad Club are subject to appeal before the Saudi Sports Arbitration Center. (A dollar equals 3.75 riyals) (Press coverage of the Arabic bulletin Ahmed al-Khashab


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