FIFA source: Discussing the file of the Egypt-Senegal meeting on April...

Mohammed Saeed

Wednesday 6 April 2022

12:39 AM

An official source in the International Football Association “FIFA” revealed that the International Federation’s Disciplinary Committee, headed by Colombian Jorge Palacio, has set April 21 as the date for discussing the files of 4 matches in the play-off stage of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The Egyptian Football Association had submitted an official complaint to the International Football Association “FIFA”, regarding the events of the Senegal match in the second leg of the play-off round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

The source stated, in exclusive statements to Lilacoura, that the reports of match observers and security coordinators proved violations of the security and safety rules set by FIFA in its regulations, in addition to a complaint from the Algerian Federation and the Egyptian Federation requesting a replay of their match with Cameroon and Senegal, respectively.

And “Yallakoura” was the first to be alone and revealed, a few days ago, through an official source in the International Football Association “FIFA”, that the file of 4 matches had been referred to the Disciplinary Committee headed by Colombian George Palacio.

The source said that the matches that witnessed riots, according to the report of match observers and security coordinators, are as follows: The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Morocco match in Kinshasa in the context of the first leg matches and 3 matches in the return matches are the Senegal and Egypt matches in Dakar, the match between Algeria and Cameroon in Blida, and the Nigeria and Ghana match in Abuja .

The source indicated that after reviewing the reports of the match observers and the security coordinator, the files of these matches were referred to the Disciplinary Committee of the International Football Association “FIFA”, in order to discuss imposing disciplinary penalties on some national federations, whose stadiums witnessed the inability of security to control the riots and their violation of security rules. and safety defined by FIFA in the regulations.

It is worth noting that FIFA chose Tunisian observer Bassiri Boujelal, Tunisian security coordinator Mohamed Darraji for the Algeria-Cameroon match, observer Seido Carvelo from Cape Verde and Liberian security coordinator Andy Come for the Senegal-Egypt match, Gabonese observer Robert Mangola and Senegalese security coordinator Aboubacar Sineh for the DR Congo-Morocco match.

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