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FIFA Informs EFA with Kahraba's Suspension

Tue 27 Dec 2022 | 05:55 PM
Rana Atef

The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) received a new letter regarding Al-Ahly winger Mahmoud "Kahraba" Abdel Moneim's latest contract issue with Al Zamalek.

The new letter asserted the player's suspension for six months maximum, alongside paying the fine.

In addition, it revealed that Kahraba can't participate in any games for Al-Ahly before paying the fine.

It was reported that the Al-Ahly winger was preparing himself to make a return to the field once again after the end of the six months of suspension that would end in January. 

Last year, FIFA announced fining the Al-Ahly winger for terminating his contract with Zamalek to join the Portuguese CD Aves.

FIFA sent a letter to Al Zamalek informing the club of the final outcome of the case they filed against the player, CD Aves, and Ahly. 

The final court rule confirmed that CD Aves is responsible for the payment of the aforementioned compensation with Kahraba.

FIFA's letter said: "The respondent 1, Mahmoud Abdelmonem Soliman (Kahraba), has to pay to the claimant the following amount: EGP 32,837,175 as compensation for breach of contract without just cause plus 5% interest on said amount as from 6 January until the date of effective payment."