Before the match between Raja and Al-Ahly in Morocco .. Al-Ghandour sparks a major crisis

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won Al-Ahly of Egypt on Moroccan please With a score of 2-1, during the match that brought them together, last Saturday, in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.

The match witnessed a controversial case, when the referee awarded a penalty kick in favor of Al-Ahly in the tenth minute, due to the ball touching the hands of the Raja player, before another replay showed that the ball hit his foot.

And after the match, he posted Khaled El-Ghandour Via his official account on the social networking site "Facebook" Many publications attacking the referee of the match, the Algerian Mahdi Sharif Obeid, the referee of the video technology, and the director of the match, Mohamed Nasr El-Din.

Khaled Al-Ghandour’s comments drew widespread anger from Al-Ahly fanswhich considered that the former Zamalek star ignites discord Between Al-Ahly and Raja fans, although Zamalek does not participate in the tournament after its farewell from the group stage.

The criticism intensified after a publication published by Khaled Al-Ghandour through his account, bearing statements attributed to Mahdi Sharif Obeid, the referee of video technology, in which the director Muhammad Nasr Al-Din held the responsibility for calculating the penalty kick, on the grounds that not all replays were presented.

Then it turned out that the Algerian referee did not make any statements related to this matter, so that the former Zamalek star deleted the post from his account, in addition to some other publications that talked about the match, to announce the closure of the comments on his account.

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Al-Ahly Board of Directors

For its part, the Al-Ahly club’s board of directors decided to file a complaint on Tuesday morning with the Supreme Council for Media Regulation against Al-Ghandour, and his posts on his official Facebook account, all of which are false, aimed at inciting the Moroccan Raja fans against the Al-Ahly team, which will go to Morocco. To play the return match in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, scheduled for next Friday, at the Mohammed V complex.

In his complaint, Al-Ahly demands that the necessary legal action be taken regarding Al-Ghandour and what he is doing to stir up sedition between the Egyptian and Moroccan masses and to create an unpleasant atmosphere around the match. Especially since it is not the first time that he has done these actions when Al-Ahly’s confrontations with some Arab teams, as it happened when Al-Ahly met with Esperance of Tunisia in the Champions League final in 2018, as well as when Al-Ahly met his brother Al-Hilal of Sudan in the 2020 group stage.

For his part, the presenter of the Zamalek channel, Khaled Al-Ghandour, sent a new message to his followers on social media after Al-Ahly’s complaint.

Al-Ghandour stressed that he respects everyone with difference, especially that he always talks about football, which does not cause controversy or controversy.

Khaled Al-Ghandour added that his father was a fan of Al-Ahly and that he apologized for the statements that had been misunderstood.

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won Al-Ahly of Egypt on Moroccan please With a score of 2-1, during the match that brought them together, last Saturday, in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.

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The match witnessed a controversial case, when the referee awarded a penalty kick in favor of Al-Ahly in the tenth minute, due to the ball touching the hands of the Raja player, before another replay showed that the ball hit his foot.

And after the match, he posted Khaled El-Ghandour Through his official account on the social networking site “Facebook”, many publications attacking the referee of the match, the Algerian Mahdi Sharif Obeid, the referee of video technology, and the director of the match, Mohamed Nasr El-Din.

Khaled Al-Ghandour’s comments drew widespread anger from Al-Ahly fanswhich considered that the former Zamalek star ignites discord Between Al-Ahly and Raja fans, although Zamalek does not participate in the tournament after its farewell from the group stage.

The criticism intensified after a publication published by Khaled Al-Ghandour through his account, bearing statements attributed to Mahdi Sharif Obeid, the referee of video technology, in which the director Muhammad Nasr Al-Din held the responsibility for calculating the penalty kick, on the grounds that not all replays were presented.

Then it turned out that the Algerian referee did not make any statements related to this matter, so that the former Zamalek star deleted the post from his account, in addition to some other publications that talked about the match, to announce the closure of the comments on his account.

Al-Ahly Board of Directors

For its part, the Al-Ahly club’s board of directors decided to file a complaint on Tuesday morning with the Supreme Council for Media Regulation against Al-Ghandour, and his posts on his official Facebook account, all of which are false, aimed at inciting the Moroccan Raja fans against the Al-Ahly team, which will go to Morocco. To play the return match in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, scheduled for next Friday, at the Mohammed V complex.

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In his complaint, Al-Ahly demands that the necessary legal action be taken regarding Al-Ghandour and what he is doing to stir up sedition between the Egyptian and Moroccan masses and to create an unpleasant atmosphere around the match. Especially since it is not the first time that he has done these actions when Al-Ahly’s confrontations with some Arab teams, as it happened when Al-Ahly met with Esperance of Tunisia in the Champions League final in 2018, as well as when Al-Ahly met his brother Al-Hilal of Sudan in the 2020 group stage.

For his part, the presenter of the Zamalek channel, Khaled Al-Ghandour, sent a new message to his followers on social media after Al-Ahly’s complaint.

Al-Ghandour stressed that he respects everyone with difference, especially that he always talks about football, which does not cause controversy or controversy.

Khaled Al-Ghandour added that his father was a fan of Al-Ahly and that he apologized for the statements that had been misunderstood.

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