Mahmoud Kahraba fined by Al Ahly for misconduct

Mahmoud Kahraba fined by Al Ahly for misconduct
Mahmoud Kahraba fined by Al Ahly for misconduct

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly have released a statement on Wednesday, announcing that Mahmoud Kahraba has been fined for misconduct in the team’s training.

Kahraba had joined Al Ahly back in January after terminating his contract with Portuguese outfit C.D Aves, using them as a stepping stone for his transfer to the Red Devils.

The 26-year-old joined C.D Aves after going AWOL at former side Zamalek as he failed to report back for his club’s pre-season preparations last year due to a disagreement over the validity of his contract at the club.

Despite going through such lengths to join Al Ahly, Kahraba hasn’t featured in many games this season, making a total of ten appearances across all competitions.

In addition, Kahraba was also fined and handed a 10-match ban after his brawl with Zamalek winger Emam Ashour during the Egypt Super Cup which saw Al Ahly lose to their arch-rivals on penalties back in February.

And to make matters worse, Al Ahly’s director of football, Sayed Abdel-Hafiz, has now enforced a one million EGP fine on Kahraba for misconduct during team training on Wednesday.

The club’s statement also added that Kahraba apologized to Sayed Abdel-Hafiz along with team captain, Mohamed El-Shenawy, and Walid Soliman for his actions on Wednesday morning.

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