Pyramids to play Smouha match despite statement objecting to league decision

Pyramids Club is pleased to complete the match SmouhaThe two teams will meet at 8 pm at Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria, as part of the 28th round of the league competition, despite the statement issued by the Sky Blues club yesterday, protesting the decision of the Clubs Association.

Pyramids issues a statement of objection

Officials issued Pyramids Club An official statement objecting to the decision of the Clubs Association to complete the match against Smouha in the 28th round of the Egyptian Premier League. Pyramids objected to the decision to complete the match, stressing that the power outage required the match points to be counted in their favor, according to the competition’s regulations, stressing that they will resort to the Sports Court because of this decision.

Officials were surprised Pyramids In the statement, they were informed of the decision to replay the match only a few hours before it was due to be completed, even though the match will be held in Alexandria Governorate, and this matter requires coordination, booking a hotel and other arrangements. Pyramids confirmed, in its statement, that there is mismanagement of the football file in general, and unjustified stubbornness against Pyramids, stressing their insistence on completing the league competition, which the team is currently leading.

The Clubs Association decides to complete the Pyramids and Smouha match

The Professional Clubs Association decided to complete the remainder of the match between Pyramids and Smouha, within the matches of the 28th round of the Egyptian Premier League, in a match that will be held at 8 pm today, Tuesday. The association said in its statement, “The remainder of the match between Pyramids and Smouha will be replayed from the 49th minute under the same match conditions, score sheet, substitutions, warnings and expulsion.”

Smouha agrees to play Pyramids match

Farag Amer, president of Smouha club, confirmed that he agreed to complete his team’s match against Pyramids under all circumstances to save the football season in Egypt. Farag Amer added in radio statements, “We will abide by the decision of the Egyptian Professional Clubs Association, and we spoke with Ahmed Sami, the team’s technical director, to work for the public interest and not for personal interest. The match witnessed many refereeing errors, and I hope to reform the entire refereeing system.”

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