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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) have explained their decision to ban Al Ahly’s Mahmoud Kahraba and Zamalek’s Emam Ashour until the end of the season.
Zamalek defeated Al Ahly on penalties to win their fourth Egypt Super Cup title on Thursday.
Following the game, several fights broke out between players and club management as the EFA decided to take action based on these incidents two days later.
On Sunday, the EFA released a statement, justifying their decision to sanction multiple players from Al Ahly and Zamalek.
Mahmoud Kahraba’s ban until the end of the season was due to the 25-year-old’s provocative behaviour towards Abdallah Gomaa which started riots on the pitch as he later pushed the referee for showing him a red card.
On the other hand, Emam Ashour’s intentional stamp on Walid Soliman’s back after the game was the sole reason for the former’s ban until the end of the season.
Mahmoud Shikabala’s unsporting behaviour towards Al Ahly fans after the game which forced the EFA to impose an eight-game ban on the 32-year-old.
In addition, Yasser Ibrahim, Junior Ajayi, and Zamalek’s Abdallah Gomaa were all banned for two games each for provoking the opposing fans.
Finally, both clubs have been fined EGP 100,000 for failing to control their players after the game.
Al Ahly and Zamalek are set to clash again in the Egyptian Premier League on Monday. Kick-off takes place at 19:30 CLT.
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