Egyptian club Zamalek President Mortada Mansour has announced that the team’s players Ahmed Fattuh and Abdullah Gomaa have been put up for sale with their direction for investigation in connection with their claim of being infected with the Corona virus.

Ahmed Fattu was left out of Zamalek’s squad, in addition to Abdullah Jumaa from the team’s roster, minutes before the start of his match against the Interior Ministry today, Thursday, while reports said the reason was due to their infection with the Corona virus. .

Mortada Mansour posted on his Facebook account in which he said: “The board of directors of the Zamalek club decided not to participate in the farce organized by the Football Association with the Referee Committee aimed at giving the rival club the league championship.

The Board of Directors also decided to impose a penalty of 20 percent of contributions on all players and suspend it indefinitely.

And he decided to suspend both Ahmed Fattukh and Abdullah Jumaa, send them to investigate and test them tomorrow, with the knowledge of Dr. Muhammad Usama, for reasons that we will not disclose, and confirm that they are not infected with the virus. Corona virus, offering them for sale.

The Zamalek club fell into a tie trap at their home in front of their domestic guest, scoring the same goal in the match that brought them together today, Thursday, as part of the twelfth round of the Premier League.

Source: agencies

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Chang Michel is a sports reporter for 24PalNews. He has also covered sports for TV and radio in Miami, Newark, and Atlanta. Chang, a native of Queens, NY, graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international affairs and French.