Al Ahly to ban fans involved in Mounana game clashes
Al Ahly president Mahmoud El-Khatib has announced a series of decisions after the incidents that followed the team’s game against Gabonese side Mounana in CAF Champions League round of 32.
Al Ahly came out victorious against Mounana with a comfortable 4-0 win in the first leg in Cairo. The game, however, had seen riots break out between a part of Al Ahly fans who were attending the game at Cairo Stadium and security forces.
As a result of the clashes, a number of Al Ahly fans have been arrested by security forces.
Al Ahly board have made their own resolutions following the clashes, including prohibiting the fans involved in the clashes from entering the club or team games for three years.
Al Ahly decisions involved:
- Entrusting the club’s legal affairs committee to follow up with the ongoing probe to help those who were not involved in the incident.
- Forming a committee assigned to upgrade the club’s ticketing system.
- Contracting a security company to be responsible of matches security.
- Preventing the individuals involved in the clashes from attending games or partaking any activities related to the club for three years.
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