After the accusation of the head of the committee of the rulers of Egypt of homosexuality… Commented by Mortada Mansour

    Mortada Mansour, president of the Zamalek club, commented on the accusations against him of the departure of Englishman Mark Clattenburg, the former head of the refereeing committee.

    Mortada Mansour said: “I have nothing to do with Clattenburg leaving. They will bring him to me. Go and find out why he went and what are the real reasons.”

    Mortada Mansour added: “All the clubs are complaining about refereeing. Anyone who walks says they walked because of me, but I was hoping he would take Jamal Allam with him while he walks.”

    Mortada Mansour continued: Now everyone sees the level of arbitrage in Egypt, and Zamalek is the team that suffered the most from it in matches, and we talked about these issues many times, but no one heard us.

    And some press reports reveal the reasons for Mark Clattenburg’s departure from the chairmanship of the Egyptian Football Association refereeing committee in recent hours, as the British newspaper The Sun pointed out that Mark Clattenburg was forced to leave his post on the refereeing committee and return to his country after he was subjected, as he claimed, to violations. The president of the Zamalek club is gay.

    The report indicated that the former English referee was criticized by Mortada Mansour, president of the Zamalek club, as the latter was critical of Clattenburg’s role in the development of Egyptian football refereeing and falsely claimed that Mark left his wife for a relationship with a man.

    Source: Cairo 24

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