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Zamalek’s Shikabala banned for two games by EFA over inappropriate gesture

Zamalek’s Mahmoud Abelrazik, known as Shikabala, has been banned for two games and fined EGP 50,000 by the Egyptian Association of Football for making an inappropriate gesture during his team’s game against their arch-rivals, Al Ahly, in Cairo Derby.

Moreover, the EFA’s Competition Committee has also fined Al Ahly EGP 50,000 after the coaching staff members entered the pitch to celebrate the goal, while it also fined the Red Eagles EGP 50,000 for chanting offensive chants against one of Zamalek’s players.

Additionally, the committee has fined Zamalek EGP 50,000 for the constant objections from the coaching staff during the Cairo Derby.

On a similar note, the EFA has approved Pyramids FC’s request to postpone their game against Entag El Harby in the Egyptian Premier League, as they are set to face Enyimba in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals.

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