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Kahraba faces another FIFA complaint from Zamalek


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An official source at the Zamalek club said that the board of directors has filed a new complaint with the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) against Mahmoud Abdel Moneim Kahrab, an Al-Ahli player.

In February last year, FIFA gave Kahraba a period of 60 days to pay the fine imposed on him in favor of Zamalek, otherwise he will be suspended for a new 6-month period.

A source told the Koora website: “Zamalek decided to complain about Kahrab again because the player did not pay the fine he was given after the unilateral termination of his contract with Al Abyad.

He added: “The FIFA Disciplinary Committee gave Kahraba a 60-day deadline to pay the fine, but the player did not comply, so Zamalek, in a new complaint, demanded the suspension of the Al-Ahly star and an increase in the financial penalty.”

Zamalek believes that the 60-day deadline has expired since the Feb. 8 ruling.

Earlier, the Disciplinary Committee of the International Federation decided to fine Kahraba $ 2 million in addition to 5% percent of the amount from June 20, 2019 until the date of full payment of the amount of the fine in favor of the Zamalek club.

The decision of the Disciplinary Committee came as Kahraba terminated his contract with Zamalek in 2019 without the approval of his club’s management, despite the validity of his contract, in order to move to Deportivo Avis before he terminated his contract with the Portuguese club and returned to Egypt in January 2020 from Al-Ahly Gate as part of a free transfer deal.

Source: Koora

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