Egyptian Zamalek announced that it had submitted a complaint to the local Olympic Committee and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to investigate “violations” against the club by the football, hand and basket federations.
Today, Monday morning, an official statement was published on his website, confirming his keenness to preserve the rights of the club, and to submit a complaint to the competent authorities.
The statement pointed out that among the issues that it considers “transgressions” against the club’s “failure to adhere to the regulations regarding the Born in 1999 Football League Championship, which requires Zamalek to be considered the winner of the tournament, while another club was unjustly satisfied,” referring to Al-Ahly after a controversy over the identity of the hero. .
Zamalek complained about “punishing the basketball team for violating the regulations and depriving the team of its right as winning the Al-Ahly match, although it vacated the stands” after the entry of a number of fans, which Al-Ahly objected to.
The statement also talked about appointing referees for Zamalek matches in football, “who have previous positions hostile to the team,” as well as awarding the title of the Egyptian Handball Cup last season to Al-Ahly “without legal basis, in order to miss the opportunity for the honorable sports competition for the title” after the decision not to complete the postponed season due to a virus Corona.
And demanded Zamalek to investigate these facts, and inform him of the outcome of the investigation before the resumption of matches in those games.
Tweeters from Zamalek fans commented on the club’s statement, with a large number of them criticizing the current board of directors, describing it as “weak.”