Pyramids reserves the right to complete the Smouha match and announces escalation

Pyramids Club has reservations about the Professional Clubs Association’s decision to complete the remainder of the Smouha match, and expressed its astonishment at the unfairness of its player, Mohamed El-Sheeb, and the imposition of penalties against him.

Pyramids announced in a lengthy official statement its objection to a number of issues that touched on its position on the Smouha match, the punishment of El-Sheeb, the Premier League matches schedule, and the role of the refereeing committee.

Pyramids reserves the Clubs Association’s decision to complete the remainder of the Smouha match, and the violation of the regulations by not counting it as a winner with a score of (2-0) due to negligence, and announces escalation to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the International Federation of Football Associations, and the Federal Court.

Pyramids’ statement also said that the Football Association arbitrarily used its powers against Mohamed El-Sheeb, by imposing sanctions against him, despite the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling that suspended these sanctions.

The statement touched on setting the match schedule without taking into account the weather conditions, by holding some matches in the afternoon, pointing to the negative rest period that will reach 16 days, which may contribute to Pyramids being out of the competition.

Finally, the Pyramids statement stressed the importance of the role of arbitration, and added its voice to those calling for the necessity of having a transparent mechanism to hold referees accountable and punish those who make mistakes.

You can read the full Pyramids statement here or above.

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