“Abstention and procrastination”.. Al-Nojoom Club demands suspension of Pyramids F license

05:36 PM

Friday, June 28, 2024

Written by Hend Awad:

Al-Nojoom Club, which plays in the second division, called on the Egyptian Football Association to suspend the Pyramids Club’s license to participate in the African Champions League, due to the latter’s refusal to implement the Federation’s decision regarding the amount owed to the club.

The Stars Football Club said in an official statement: “The Stars Football Club was surprised by the Egyptian Football Association’s refusal to hand over to it the Football Association’s decision document regarding the financial rights owed to Stars Club from the Pyramids Club, and this decision gives the Stars Club the right to officially demand a halt to granting the Stars Club a license to participate in the Egyptian League Championship.” African Champions, unless the latter pays these dues.”

He added: “The Football Association delayed delivering this decision from twelve o’clock until eight o’clock in the evening yesterday, Thursday, June 27, 2024, despite the fact that there was a prior appointment from Major General Helmi Mashour with the club representative to deliver the letter, and then he asked the representative of the Stars Club to come to receive this. The decision will be made next Monday, corresponding to July 1, 2024, making it clear that there is a deliberate attempt to delay the delivery of the decision until after the end of the legal period specified by the regulations and standards of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) regarding obtaining a license to participate in the African Championship, which prevents any club indebted to another club from participating. In the African Championships for the 2024/2025 season.

The statement concluded: “The Stars Club announces this statement and calls upon the Egyptian Football Association to quickly deliver this decision officially or send it via the Stars Club’s email, before the end of the legal period and at a time appropriate for the Stars Club to enable it to exercise its legal rights before the Confederation of African Football, and hopes that the officials will move quickly in this regard to preserve the rights of the Stars Club as one of the clubs whose rights must be protected by the Football Association in accordance with what is stipulated in Article Two, Paragraph “D” of the bylaws of the Egyptian Football Association.”


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