Hassan Ammar, a member of the Egyptian board of directors, confirmed that the Port Said team will file a complaint against the Nigerian team, Rivers United, to the Confederation of African Football (CAF), noting that the team suffered from arbitration in the match, Felele247.com understands.
The Egyptian club was defeated by the Nigerian team in the first leg of the 32nd round of the Confederation Cup, with a score of 1-2.
Ammar said in statements on the “Al-Hayat” channel: “With regard to the difficulties and arbitration conditions we faced, the result is acceptable to us, but we wanted to achieve a better result, and the referee was very influential on us with his decisions, and the match was a training for the team players on set balls. that were counted against us.”
there were no medical precautions for the fans, and there was the intransigence of the team in bringing a coordinator to be our companion in Nigeria.”
He continued, “We had many injuries before the match, and we are able to compensate in Egypt, and make our fans happy, and the return match will be on December 5 at the Burj Al Arab Stadium. We will not be able to restrict the new players except in the group stage of the Confederation.”
Ammar concluded: “The current council of the Al-Masry club did not submit papers for its candidacy in the elections, and 29 candidates submitted, after which they decided to withdraw, and we will see what happens next with the Ministry of Youth and Sports on that matter.”