Al-Amiri Farouk, Vice President of Al-Ahly Club, and Saad Shalaby, Acting Executive Director of the club, met with Walid Al-Attar, Executive Director of the Football Association, regarding the clubs’ debts owed to the Egyptian Federation.
And the Football Association had announced, in an official statement, the decision of the Federation’s board of directors not to allow registration for all clubs, except after paying their debts to the Egyptian Football Association.
A source from the Football Association revealed to FilGoal.comAl-Ahly ended its debts to the Football Association.
He explained, “This comes after a session that brought together Al-Amri Farouk, Vice President of the club, and Saad Shalabi, with Walid Al-Attar, Executive Director of the Football Association.”
And he continued, “Al-Ahly’s debts were 8 million pounds, and it was agreed to schedule its payment.”
“Al-Ahly has the right to register players without problems, after complying with the Football Association’s decision,” the source concluded.
Al-Ahly is preparing to strengthen its ranks during the month of January, ahead of the Club World Cup competitions.
Al-Ahly is participating in the Club World Cup for the eighth time in its history and the third in a row, which is scheduled to be held in Morocco from 1 to 11 February.
Al-Ahly will open its matches against Auckland City, New Zealand, on February 1, in the first round.
The Club World Cup draw ceremony is scheduled to take place on January 13th in the Moroccan city of Rabat.
Al-Ahly suffers from the injury of the two teams, Akram Tawfiq and Karim Fouad, by cutting the cruciate ligament.
The name of Al-Ahly was associated with the inclusion of Khaled Abdel-Fattah, the back of Ayman Smouha, after the statements of Farag Amer, president of the Alexandrian club.
Al-Ahly also completed its agreement with Mohamed El-Dawy “Christo”, the winger of the coastal star, but Al-Ahmar did not officially announce the player’s transfer yet.
While doubts were raised about the completion of the deal for Aziz Yaqobo, the Ghanaian striker and Rio Ave player, due to the concern of the medical staff about the medical examination, which was returned yesterday, Wednesday, and Al-Ahly did not make its final decision in the deal.
Al-Ahly occupies the top of the league table after 11 rounds have passed, with 27 points alone, three points ahead of Zamalek, its closest competitor.
Al-Ahly will play at five in the evening, Thursday, against Enppi at the Arab Contractors Stadium, in the twelfth round competitions.
Al-Ahly had defeated the Pyramids team in its last match, with three free goals, which was held at Cairo Stadium.