Zamalek president Mortada Mansour threatens EFA with FIFA complaint
Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour threatened EFA officials for the second time confirming that he will stop the Egyptian Premier League.
Mansour recently said that he will report the Egyptian Football Association to the Attorney General over claims of a stolen official seal after the Zamalek and Misr El-Maqassa match mess.
Zamalek wrote letters to the EFA requesting postponement of the match to April 18, but they refused, which made the club’s president threaten the EFA that he won’t show up for the match. The chairman fulfilled his promise and didn’t turn up for his side’s league encounter with Misr El-Maqassa, but he is claiming that Hany Abou-Rida told him that the match is on Tuesday not Sunday.
“Zamalek is a big club, 100 times bigger than the EFA itself,” he told Al Asema TV channel. “Hany Abou-Rida is my friend if he is a real man I want him to publicly say that I am a liar. I challenge him and Tharwat Selim to say that they did not inform me that the match was postponed to Tuesday.”
The president assured that he will be taking his dispute with the EFA to FIFA as he will file an official complaint and will stop the league.
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