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Hussein Al-Shahat was imprisoned for one year and fined 100,000 pounds


oday, Thursday, the Nasr City Misdemeanor Court ruled to punish Hussein Al-Shahat, a winger for the first football team at Al-Ahly club, for accusing him of assaulting Moroccan

Thu 30 May 2024 | 03:56 PM
Hussein Al-Shahat was imprisoned for one year and fined 100,000 pounds
Hussein Al-Shahat was imprisoned for one year and fined 100,000 pounds
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Today, Thursday, the Nasr City Misdemeanor Court ruled to punish Hussein Al-Shahat, a winger for the first football team at Al-Ahly club, for accusing him of assaulting Moroccan Mohamed Al-Shaibi, the right-back of the Pyramids club. The court ruled that Al-Shahat be imprisoned for a year, suspended, and a fine of 100,000 pounds. Because of his assault on Mohamed Al-Shaibi, after the Al-Ahly and Pyramids match in the league championship.

The court ruled to deprive Hussein Al-Shahat from participating in sports club memberships for a period of 5 years.

Al-Ahly club officials, headed by Mahmoud Al-Khatib, began to take action after the Nasr City Misdemeanor Court’s decision to punish Hussein Al-Shahat, the winger of the first football team in the Red Castle.

In the first move by Al-Ahly Club, following the issuance of the ruling imprisoning Hussein Al-Shahat, Mahmoud Al-Khatib, President of Al-Ahly Club, contacted the club’s legal advisor, to discuss filing an appeal against the ruling issued against the player.

Al-Khatib also decided to hold consultations with members of the Board of Directors of the Red Castle, to discuss escalating the case in the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), as Al-Ahly Club believes that Al-Shaibi violated the regulations of the statute by resorting to the civil court.