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EFA: Fans are making things tough for themselves
The Egyptian Football Association claims that while they want fans to return to the stadiums, spectators are making things difficult for themselves.
EFA executive director Tharwat Sweilam insists that although the governing body are fighting for the return of fans, the latter’s actions are making the process tougher.
The Egyptian Premier League was once again played without spectators, making it four years in a row- since the Port Said incident.
Sweilam told TV channel Al Nahar, “The EFA is keen to have the spectators back; we want things to go back to the way they were.”
“But the fans’ actions are an obstacle; they are cursing and creating trouble out of nothing lately,” he claimed.
“Nevertheless, we’re looking forward to having them back, even with all these obstacles,” Sweilam concluded.