Wednesday 15 September 2021
Mohamed Al-Taweelah, President of Al-Nujoom Club, confirmed that the fine imposed on the Ismaili Club regarding the Ibrahim Hassan case is final, noting that the Dervishes will not be able to register new players.
Al-Taweelah said in statements on the “Awad Al-Labs” program on Al-Nahar TV: Al-Ismaili spent about 4 million pounds to appeal the fine of Ibrahim Hassan’s case in order to postpone the payment of the fine.
He added, “I have a final ruling from the International Sports Court regarding a fine of 24 million pounds for the Ismaili club, and there is no communication with the Ismaili club on this issue.”
And the head of the stars continued: “The Ismaili fans believe that their team will make new contracts in the team, but this will not happen because the Ismaili is unable to register any new player and has registered its old players, and Ahmed Mujahid contacted me and said that he will not register the Ismaili club list.”
Al-Taweelah concluded: “3 points were deducted from the Ismaili club, and the team could have been relegated if the penalty was increased.”
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