Mahmoud Abdel Moneim “Kahraba”, the winger of the first football team at Al-Ahly Club, received a new shock from the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) regarding the suspension penalty imposed on him.
The player received a letter from “FIFA” extending his sentence for a new period of 6 months and not participating with Al-Ahly until after Zamalek’s dues, which amount to one and a half million dollars, have been paid so far.
Kahraba was seeking to pay the Zamalek club’s fine in installments so that he could return and participate again with Al-Ahly club in the coming period.
Reports revealed in the past days that Kahraba will participate with Al-Ahly next January, and he will also be part of the club’s official mission to the Club World Cup in Morocco.
The journalist, Ahmed Schubert, who is close to the Al-Ahly club’s board of directors, wrote through his personal account on the social networking site “Twitter” a while ago: “A new shock to Kahraba from FIFA.” Schubert did not reveal any details about this shock.
The new “FIFA” decision represents a problem for Al-Ahly club and the technical staff led by Swiss Marcel Koller, who was looking forward to using the player starting next January, in light of the Swiss coach’s full conviction of Kahraba’s capabilities and capabilities.