Mido Urges Zamalek to Withdraw from Super Bowl: Consequences of Non-Compliance and Replacement Team

    Former Zamalek star Ahmed Hossam Mido, a member of the club’s technical committee, has caused much controversy over the possibility of withdrawing from the upcoming match against Al Ahly in the Egyptian Super Cup.

    The match for the Egyptian Super Cup in the season (2021-2022) is scheduled to take place on Friday, May 5, between Zamalek and Al Ahli at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi.

    Zamalek competes in the Super Cup as Egyptian Premier League champions last season, for the 14th time in their history, while Al Ahly plays as Egyptian Cup champions after winning the title in April this year at the expense of the Pyramids, winning (2 -1) in the final match.

    Mido wrote a “tweet” via his Twitter account after Zamalek’s victory over Ceramica Cleopatra in which he said, “I expect Zamalek to withdraw from the Supermatch.”

    He added: “I hope Zamalek’s departure is not just a threat. I hope to get out of the Super Bowl, whatever the consequences. What’s happening to those in charge of football in Egypt is a scandal against them!!”

    Mido continued, “I hope that all Zamalekites for the time being will put aside their differences and support the decision of the council if they leave the game. history in football, like Egypt.”

    Zamalek will face harsh penalties if he exits the Super Bowl, according to journalist Medhat Shalabi on his Masaa On Time program on On Time Sports.

    A penalty sheet issued by the Football Association states that a team that is eliminated from the Super Bowl will have two years out of the tournament and be fined £1 million.

    In another context, article 64 of the Football Association’s competition rules provides that if a league champion apologizes for not participating in the Super Bowl, his runner-up will participate in his stead, in order.

    Thus, in the event that Zamalek withdraws, the Pyramids, runners-up in the league and cup championships, will compete ahead of Al-Ahli in the Super Bowl.

    Source: media

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