Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour has revealed that the decisions of EFA, which will be issued against his club, which withdrew of the game against Misr El-Maqassa, in the twenty-second round of the Premier League, are doomed to the waste basket. Mansour stressed that his team will go to Petrosport stadium on Tuesday to face El-Maqassa.
Mortada fulfilled his promise and didn’t turn up for his side’s league encounter with Misr El-Maqassa, but he is claiming that Hany Abou-Rida told him that the match is on Tuesday not Sunday.
He confirmed that he rejects rumors about Zamalek's attempt to spoil the competition, adding that winning the match brings him closer to the competition and Zamalek is seeking to be in second place to ensure participation in the Champions League.
He stressed that the Football Association did not respect the regulations at all, confirming that he challenges the officials of EFA to deny that Hany Abou-Rida and Tharwat Sweilam, who told him that Misr El-Maqassa match is on Tuesday.
Mansour urges everyone to be on the national responsibility, as he demanded by all.
The EFA will most likely now deduct three more points from Zamalek and slap them with a heavy fine for not showing up, as well as declaring Misr El-Maqassa the match
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