Nasr Azzam said, in his statements to “The Seventh Day”: “We have submitted an appeal in the Sports Court to the decision to stop the registration of Zamalek for two periods, and we are seeking to obtain a ruling on this appeal before the end of the current summer transfer period so that Zamalek can register its new deals.”
The legal advisor to Zamalek added that the suspension of the registration is related to the new deals concluded by the team, which are three players Hamdi Al-Naqaz, Mahmoud Shabana and Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed, pointing out that the team’s list and the loanees returning to Zamalek have nothing to do with the decision to stop the registration.
Nasr Azzam stressed that he is doing his best to solve the crisis of stopping the registration of Zamalek before the end of the current transfer period, saying: “The issue is not easy, and the registration of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Chelsea has already been suspended, and they were unable to lift the decision, but we strive to solve the crisis as We did it before with Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi.”
Azzam assured the fans of Zamalek, stressing that the period between the current summer and winter transfers next January will witness the team’s participation in approximately 5 matches only, and in the absence of a ruling on the appeal, there will be no significant harm, and we will wait for the registration period in January to register new deals in case Permanently lift the suspension.
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